In addition to making free-standing artworks, Jenny also creates glass scenes to be integrated into the architecture of your built environment. A great way to add that unique touch if you’re looking to add interest to a boring wall, would like to link two areas through the use of light (an exciting alternative to standard glass bricks), or wish for a special garden feature.

The Folly garden bench installation at Delaamore Arts 2017
The Folly garden bench installation at Delaamore Arts 2017
Splash! In-set into wall with colour changing LEDs
Chilling in the Pool. Set into wall. Backlit.
Initial sketch for The Folly garden-seatting installation
Hammock paradise. Set into wall. Backlit.
Splash! Set into wall. Backlit.
Initial sketch for Tavistock Sensory Garden sculpture
Garden life. Hammock paradise. Set into wall. Backlit.
The Folly garden bench installation at Delaamore Arts 2017
Garden life. Hammock paradise. Set into wall. Backlit.
The Folly garden bench installation at Delaamore Arts 2017
Inspiration! Exploring the Folly at Mount Edgecombe, Cornwall.

Jenny has created installations both inside and outdoors, even integrating a bench seat into ‘The Folly’, which she built within the beautiful gardens at Delamore Arts 2017. The wall installation exhibited at The Devon Guild of Craftsmen began with Jenny running a series of workshops with school students to develop fun new imagery for the glass bricks.

Most people think of glass as highly fragile, but once installed these solid blocks are extremely resilient. The photographs here show rectangular blocks, cast to be the same width as a standard house brick and twice the height; blocks may be cast to the size and shape to fit your location. If you have an idea for a project then please contact Jenny.