Jane Campbell is an established U.K. Contemporary Architectural Glass Artist and has dynamic large scale Glass Artworks and Stained Glass installed in many public, corporate, eccesiastical and secular buildings. Working with GLASS, LIGHT and COLOUR always has had a strong fascination for this architectural glass.

When drawing upon her extensive experience of combining and layering different hot and cold glass processes the designs are transformed, which creates her unique contemporary approach, sensitivity and style. Feature Windows, Glass Panels spanning Glass Facades, Sculptural Features and Installations, Dividing Screens, Stained Glass Windows, Entrance Doors and Foyer Entrances. Large sheets of artistically developed float glass can be subsequently toughened or laminated extending across large areas and often used in new architectural projects using transmitted/reflective light or backlit.

Please make contact to discuss your proposed contemporary artwork in glass!

Contact: email: janecampbell.glass@gmail.com studio tel: 01243 538778

Jane Campbell always stresses that collaboration and discussions with clients and architects are very important to create the most meaningful creative design whether conveying a symbolic message or theme, figurative or purely abstract.

These glass artworks then complement and enhance the building, its purpose and give a focus; strong and bold or quiet and meditative, for its users. Glass presentation awards for Corporate Companies and arts and media trophies and backlit hand blown glass panels have also been created. Her glass has been exhibited at the International Exhibition of Stained Glass in Chartres, France and in a selection of secular locations and cathedrals and been featured in professional journals and unveiled by members of the Royal Family and Bishops.

Chertsey Hospital Sculptural Wall Feature 'hope and uplift' and Entrance Doors in the Accident and Emergency Wing
opened by H.R.H. Prince Edward

‘ I have found your work both the glass feature and the entrance doors very compelling. The different features both the glass both on the wall and in the doors add a further and exciting dimension.’
Director of Nursing, Chertsey Hospital.

City of Westminster Archives Centre Feature Window ‘the history of Westminster past and present’
unveiled by HRH Duke of Gloucester

‘This glorious window is a fitting tribute to Westminster’s unique heritage and an outstanding archives collection. It provides a magnificent focus for our public search room. We hope it will capture people’s imaginations and inspire them to investigate the City’s history using the Centre.’ Westminster City Councillor

Winwick Parish Church - Contemporary Stained Glass West Window
dedicated by the Bishop of Brixworth

‘My congratulations on a beautiful piece of work. I hope your talents will be used to great effect across the Diocese, and that other churches, buildings and communities may benefit from your sensitive insight and craftsmanship.’
Archdeacon of Northampton

Architectural Glass Artworks have encompassed glass enamelling, silkscreening and toughening, hand blown stained glass and lamination, fine painting and staining, sandblasting and etching, waterjet cutting and bevelling, gilding and mirroring, glass fusing, casting, slumping and moulding techniques.