Amy Cushing: Colour Studies

5 - 30 July 2016

Colour Studies is a collection of experimental glassworks that challenge the complexities of colour sequence and reflection. While Cushing’s meticulously handcrafted glass artworks explore the ever-changing communication between colour and light, her prints showcase an intuitive understanding of how colours evoke mood and emotion. Both delicate yet vivid, technical but imaginative, her work fills the space with striking beauty.


All works are available for sale or on commission. 

The artist will recreate any piece in any colour palette or in any size to suit a particular space or interior. 

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Cushing gained a BA (Hons) in Public Art from Chelsea College of Art & Design, trained in all disciplines she specialised in ceramics and glass. Working to commission, Cushing has become one of London’s most creative designer makers, carving a unique niche for herself with her unparalleled understanding of fused glass combined with an intuitive sense of colour.


She has been commissioned by a wide variety of clients in the UK, including public bodies, commercial enterprises and leading glass galleries. Her work has represented UK design at Milan in 2002 and in the British Council touring exhibition “Home Sweet Home”. Over the last twelve years Cushing has developed large-scale artworks for notable corporate clients such as Morgan Stanley, whilst creating bespoke collections for clients such as The Foreign Office, MOD, Wedgwood and Harrods. Amy’s work has been featured in numerous publications both in the UK and in Europe, the USA and Japan, including Casa Vogue, On Office, Architectural Digest. RIBA Journal, Elle Decoration, the Sunday Times and the New York Times and she has also collaborated with high-end glass manufacturers working periodically in Murano for fifteen years.