The glass on display largely consists of shallow bowls, either round or square and ranging in size from 10cm to 20cm in diameter as well as pendants. It includes many recent works which explore colour and void with the strip-cut method of fusing glass.
Becca's earlier glass work, also bowls and pendants, will also be available to view as well as free-standing glass Christmas trees and colourful glass crosses.
Becca has been fascinated by fused glass for many years but only bought her first kiln in late 2019. Her glass demonstrates her love of colour, pattern and a straight line. Many of her current pieces use a strip-cut method of working with glass and by varying the height of the glass and the judicial use of voids, Becca is experimenting with how to anticipate and control the flow of hot glass into spaces and between individual pieces of glass.
She moved to Oxford in October 2021 and so this is her first time taking part in Oxfordshire Artweeks.