new art collectors     Elin Isaksson  
7 pieces by Elin Isaksson
This is page 1  of 1
 
 
Contact Elin Isaksson at New Art Collectors   print  Print page view full biography  
 
£450
Ice block
 
£8500
Ivy
 
£2500
Mimosa (Shy plant)
 
£1700
Rainforest
 
£175
Shoot
 
£5900
Star Cactus
 
£1900
Icicles
 
    back to top
Elin Isaksson Applied Art
Elin Isaksson is originally from Sweden. During her studies at Orrefors Glass School in Sweden 1998-2000, Elin discovered her passion for blown glass making. During those years she also undertook several placements in hot glass studios in Sweden and France. In Scotland she has worked with Lindean Mills Glass, Galashiels.In May 2006 she set up her business as a professional Designer and Glassmaker by winning bespoke architectural commissions for domestic and public interiors. During 2006-08 she also worked as Artist in Residence at Eca, teaching undergraduates on a part time basis.
 
Education:
2004-05 Master in Design –Glass &Architectural Glass, Edinburgh College of Art
2001-04 BA (Hons) Glass & Architectural Glass, Edinburgh College of Art
1998-00 Glass Blowing Course, Orrefors Glass School, Sweden
1993-96 Art & Design, Secondary Upper School, Anderstorpskolan, Sweden

Further studies:
2006-08 Master class in glass making with Dante Marioni, Northlands Creative Glass
2005 Master class in glass blowing with Simon Moore, Northlands
2005 Research in current developments in Swedish `Studio glass’ at Konstfack -Arts, Crafts & Design University, Stockholm
2002 International Glass Workshopat Centro Studio Vetro, Italy
 
Awards:
2008 ‘Origin’ first time exhibitior, Scottish Arts Council.
2008 Falkirk & Stirling Crafts Makers' Awards Scheme.
2007 NESTA - Starter for 6 Award. Promotion of lighting works.
2007 Shell Livewire regional winner of the Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
2006 Visual Arts &Crafts Award Scheme 2005-06, for creating new work, Edinburgh Council.
2004-05 Headley Trust Scholarship, Master in Design studies, Edinburgh College of Art.
2004 The Helen A. Rose Bequest, for distinguished work, Edinburgh College of Art.
 
Selected Commissions/collections:
2006&07&08 Trophies for the Chancellor’s Award, Edinburgh University.
2008 Blown, cut and polished exhibits for glass artist Keeryong Choi.
2007&08 Awards for Oil&Gas UK
2006-08 ‘Craftbox’ Touring Exhibition-UK. Supported by Shropshire Council/Bilston Craft Gallery.
2006 Blown exhibits for artist Keiko Mukaide.
2006 Exhibits for the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh.
2004 Architectural Panels for Architect J.Beggs, London.

 
Single Exhibitions:
2000 Blown Glass,Galleri Format in Skellefteå, Sweden.
1999 Blown/Cut& Engraved Glass, Galleri Format, Sweden.
 
Group Exhibitions:
2008-09 ‘ Benefit Party’ by Glimpse Online, London 25th nov-Jan 09.
2008-09 ‘Effervescence III’ Sussex Barn Gallery , West Sussex 27th Nov-25th Jan 09.
2008-09 ‘Genesis’ SDC Gallery, London 11th Nov-3Jan 09.
2008-09 Peter Potter Gallery, Haddington Nov-Jan.
2008 ‘Origin’ at Somerset House London 7th-12th Oct.
2008 100% Design, 100% New ,Earls Court London.
2008 ‘Into the Green’ at St Philip’s Church, Joppa,Edinburgh.
2007&08 Homes&Interiors Scotland Exhibition , SECC.
2006-08 ‘Craftbox’ Touring Exhibition around schools in UK, supported by Bilston Craft Gallery & Shropshire Council.
2006&07 'Gifted' Royal Museum of Scotland.
2006 ‘New Designers, Islington Business Design Centre, London.
2006 ‘The Glassery’, Stockholm, Sweden.
2005 Mdes Show, Edinburgh College of Art.
2004 ‘Fresh!’ The Lighthouse, Glasgow.
2004 ‘New Designers’ Islington Business Design Centre, London.
2004 ‘Degree Show’, Edinburgh College of Art.
 
Artist's Statement:
“For me working with hot glass is a privilege, I enjoy the quick decision making process and the fluid temperament full material. I take my inspiration from the play of light, texture and movement in nature. Forms bend and twist organically. The objects do not necessarily represent a descriptive picture of nature, but through the elastic, tactile abstraction it represents. The captured movement symbolises an energy which happens when working with molten glass.- “I want my objects to communicate with my audience.”
 
Buy Elin Isaksson applied art at New Art Collectors, the fine art gallery. Find modern paintings, prints, photography & sculpture for sale international artists and designers.