Sigi Hill LSDC
Glass Making & Stained Glass
From an early age Sigi was drawn to the creative process; after spending years in the world of international Banking the draw to live out that dream became a reality. She returned to education completing a Foundation Diploma followed by a BA (Hons) in Three Dimensional Design in Glass.
She develops her pieces in response to an initial inspiration and research. Drawing play a big part in the design.
She likes to collaborate with other artists and enjoys working to a brief.
She works from her studio in Hampshire.
2006 Foundation Diploma in Art & Design, Chelsea College of Art & Design, London
2014 BA (Hons) Three Dimensional Design - Glass, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham
Contemporary Glass Society
Hampshire & Berkshire Guild of Craftsmen
Surrey Sculpture Society
Employment and commissions/projects
2011 Collaborated in the recreation of the Farnham Castle Visitor Centre
2011 Designed and made the trophies for the biennial Waverley Borough Council Building Design Awards
2014-2017 Community Arts Facilitator, Alton College of Higher Education, Hampshire
2017/18 Artist in Residence - Glass, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham
Runs workshops on kiln formed glass and cold working techniques.
2020 Chalk's Gallery, Lymington (various exhibitions all year - mainly online)
2019 Sculpture Trail at Hatchlands National Trust
2019 Amanda Aldous Fine Art, Summer Exhibition
2018 'AiR 2018' Crafts Study Centre, Farnham
2017-18 Winter Exhibition and 'Edge of the Ocean', New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham
2016-18 Various Exhibtions at Rum's Eg Gallery, Romsey
2017 'Vessels!', Vessel Gallery, London
Various exhibitions with the Hampshire & Berkshire Guild including at Whitchurch Silk Mill and Petersfield Museum
2014 33@OXO, UCA led Show during London Design Week.
Hampshire Open Studios @ TheBeechesGardenGallery
Various with Surrey Sculpture Society
Hampshire & Berkshire Guild of Craftsmen, Annual Selling Exhibition, Stockbridge, Hampshire
www.realflowers.co.uk (for Christmas trade only)
www.sigihillglass.co.uk has 'available works' page where purchases can be made direct.