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Corrina Field
UK
Hot Glass

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Corrina Field was born in the old glass making quarter in the heart of the UK and is a graduate of the University of Wolverhampton. She completed a master’s degree in Applied Arts in 2017 and a BA honours degree in three-dimensional Glass Design in 2000. Soon after she was deeply inspired by a hot glass sculpture workshop she attended in Finland, hosted by Karen Willenbrink-Johnsen and Shelley Muzylowski-Allen. She was awarded a full scholarship to Pilchuck Glass school where she developed her hot glass skills, shifting her focus to the creation of vessels under the tutelage of Peter Ivy and David Levi. Corrina worked for several years as an assistant and maker in a hot glass studio. During this time, she worked with a variety of other glass artists and creating her own work and private commissions; including a collaborative design project with Wedgwood. Her glassware has been featured in numerous national publications, selected galleries and exhibitions, including the 2015 UK Glass Biennale. Aside from glass making, Corrina has spent months at a time travelling in Asia and these experiences are integrated into her art work. Themes of meditation and shamanism are present in her recent works exploring ritual and symbolism.

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