Graham Jones is one of the worlds leading glass artists. His work has been commissioned in religious, corporate and civic buildings across the world, including the US, South America, China, Germany and Great Britain.
Graham Jones glass artwork sets a standard of artistic quality that is internationally renowned. His paintings amalgamate peaceful qualities with dynamic energy. It is this paradoxical expression that gives them an uplifting and transcendent quality. Both natural and dreamlike impressions are captured in these powerful and expressive compositions.
Graham develops the final detailed image as the result of many stages of development. After being professionally trained first as a painter and then as a glass artist, Graham received the prestigious Howard Martin Design Award. His work most often revolves around abstraction as a tool for creating dynamic compositions and a compelling atmosphere. Graham Jones artwork manages to achieve two crucial goals; consistency and originality. One can always recognise his work, notably for its vibrant colours. However, within his recognisable style there is huge and evolving variety, from soft brush strokes and bold forms to geometric pattern and representational elements. He creates artworks that aim to capture something intrinsic and memorable about a location.
This small leaded glass rose window has an almost Chagall-like style to it. This was made by Graham himself in his studio.
This wonderful project mixes enamelled slumped glass, with enamelled float glass with leaded glass bonded on - a merging of different methodologies. The slumped glass behind the Bimah has relevant images moulded into the glass. The whole theme of the window is about...
Hong Kong Airport now has two enormous architectural glass artworks measuring a total of 507 square meters: The Arrivals feature is a 30 metre long back-lit red and yellow abstract painting in glass. The surface of the glass is full of texture, matching and sometimes...