What we can offer:
Items for sale – We always have a selection of suncatchers available for immediate purchase. Feel free to enquire about what is available or pop over to the shop. Prices range from £20 (plus p+p).
Commissions – We can design and make suncatchers, panels and windows to order. Prices are available on request.
Pet portraits – We can design and make pet portraits from photos supplied by clients. Price is approximately £150 (plus p&p)per portrait.
Classes are now available on a limited basis, to ensure your safety and mine.
Prices are reduced to reflect the need for smaller numbers i.e. family groups only, to a maximum of four people. Individual tuition is reduced to £120, the price for a Group Taster day.
Please make contact with me directly on the above email address or phone number to discuss the options.
Classes – We can offer one day taster days or regular classes, either individually or groups up to four people. The studio can be reserved for a private group for a maximum of four people.
Group Taster Day – £120 per person, per day (up to four people), 9.30am to 4pm (approximate times). Making one piece of glass art.
Individual Workshop (one to one) – £240 per day, making one piece of glass art (currently reduced to Group Taster Day rate of £120).
Weekly Classes – £240 per series of six. Weekends or week days. 10 – 12pm or 2pm to 4pm. Dates on application.
Vouchers – We can supply gift vouchers to give your loved ones the opportunity to contribute towards their own piece of glass art, or a workshop or regular classes. Prices range from £20 upwards.
Nestled in the heart of the Kent countryside lies Cloverdale Glass Studio, born from the love of stained glass and the inspiration of the countryside surrounding us.
Hello, my name is Wendy Atkins. When we moved to our house, a transom (window above a door) caught my eye and I immediately felt that it called for a stained glass panel. The process intrigued me and so I thought I would learn how to make the panel myself and it started a love affair with the art form.
Since working with glass I have found the act of artistic expression through an art form which, with guidance, needs no intrinsic artistic ability to be of enormous benefit to the individual. So, I thought I would, not only continue making glass art to sell, but also share my studio and bring this beautiful art form to more people. In today’s fast moving and frenetic world, time away and the act of creating can calm the mind and body.