First-ever Glaziers’ Art Fair focusing on glass art and selected works in other media

Fifty exhibitors taking part, including stained and architectural glass specialists

Iconic venue at Glaziers Hall on the River Thames and close to London Bridge

Day tickets now available to purchase online

Civic evening reception on 27 October in presence of City of London Sheriff Charles Bowman and the Mayor of Southwark

Opening times:

Tuesday 27 October from 10.00am to 4.30pm

Wednesday 28 October from 10.00am to 5.00pm

Venue:

Glaziers Hall 9 Montague Close, London SE1 9DD. Nearest tube station – London Bridge

Tickets

Buy tickets online for a chance to win a meal for two at Benihna at Grange Hotel St Pauls’ London!

Day tickets for 27 or 28 October available to book online: glaziersartfair.com/tickets (£9.22 inc. VAT, Booking fee and catalogue).

Some fifty exhibitors will be showcasing glass art; together with selected works in other media. There are opportunities for serious buyers and collectors of art as well as smaller pieces and giftware to suit all pockets.

This is a chance to learn more about the craft and glass art conservation: the London Stained Glass Repository, the British Society of Master Glass Painters and the Stained Glass Museum at Ely will all be at the Fair.

Glass artists scheduled to exhibit include Alex R, Peter Newsome, Frans Wesselman, Amber Hiscott and John Reyntiens. More artists will be announced on the Glaziers’ Art Fair website later this month: glaziersartfair.com.

The Master of the Glaziers’ Company, Alex Galloway, said: “This Fair gives us a unique opportunity to showcase glass artists and promote the craft of architectural glass art.”

Visitors to the event can learn more about the formation of the City Livery Companies, the work of the Glaziers’ Livery Company, the work of its charities and the art of architectural glass art from mediaeval stained glass to cutting-edge buildings today.

Visitors can also look round the home of the Glaziers’ Livery Company, at the only Livery Hall south of the Thames. Close to Southwark Cathedral, the London Bridge Experience and Borough Market, the Hall is built onto London Bridge and its famous River Room overlooks the river itself giving a panoramic view of the City of London.

The Fair is sponsored by Windsor Glass Limited, and is run in association with the Oxford University Society Alumnus Society, OUS London, some of whose artists will also be exhibiting at the Fair.

All online Fair ticket-buyers will be entered into a draw to win a meal for two at the world-famous Benihana in London. Located within the contemporary 5-Star Grange St Paul’s Hotel, guests will delight in a unique style of Japanese teppanyaki “eatertainment” as your very own chef cooks your meal right in front of your eyes on traditional hibachi grill tables. Look out for egg juggling and onion volcanoes!