Established by Peter Layton in 1976, London Glassblowing was among the first hot-glass studios in Europe. Surviving the uncertain worlds of economy and fashion, the studio has developed in parallel with the Studio Glass Movement, having a major influence on both the British and international glass scene. London Glassblowing has been celebrating its 30th anniversary with a major national touring exhibition, concluding at the National Glass Centre.
Workings within casting and cutting process, as well as blowing techniques, his entire team of talented artists are exhibiting their own diverse works in glass. These include Sabrina Cant, Marie Worre Hastrup Holm, Bruce Marks, Simon Moss, Yoshiko Okada, Layne Rowe, Anthony Scala, Lucy Swift and Louis Thompson.