Welcome to my creative world
I am a stained glass artist from Surrey and I tell stories using the beguiling beauty of glass. The changing quality of natural light passing through my windows reflects my love of the changing seasons. My artistic quest continues as I learn from each new piece of work I produce and by studying other artist’s creations. I work to commission and I produce stained glass artworks for exhibitions.
To keep the skill alive I teach stained glass classes from my garden studio and students use the same beautiful glass that I use. The glorious colours of mouth-blown glass are the starting point for all my creations.
For the latest from my studio you can follow me on Instagram rachelmulliganstainedglass
I work in the tradition of the Arts and Crafts. I am inspired by quirky medieval art, nature and the changing seasons.
Visit my portfolio to see the range of original artwork and commissions that I have created in stained glass over the last twenty-plus years.
Welcome to my garden studio in Surrey where I design, create and teach. Here are my illustrations of the Stained Glass Process.
All the latest news and updates from the Studio
As an artist I can set my own timetable and I like deadlines that are a moveable target to aim for. But some are static, like the start of the Open Studios, which is published in thousands of brochures that are distributed across Surrey. I actually love seeing my work...
With Easter upon us the studio has been busy with students making more beautiful work. Before the workshop one student declared herself 'useless at art', while the other is a leading costume artist working in the West End. They had both been given a gift voucher and...
On Saturday 11th December 2021 I will be hosting our Glass Easel Christmas Bazaar in the Studio and Dojo. Helen Russell, Maggie Beal, Caroline Small, Donna Higgins and this year's winner of Surrey Artist of the Year, Jessica Stroud will be joining me. There will be...
Drawing is at the heart of my work. It is there from my first germinating seed of an idea, often on the back of an envelope, through to the final manifestation of paint on glass. I get quite upset when people say to me that they can’t draw.
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