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BARLEY STUDIO NEWS
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Celebrating over 40 Years of Excellence in Stained Glass

The Barley Studio team, led by Directors Keith Barley and Helen Whittaker, share their news on the studio’s activities.

Also, please click on to Keith’s blog of events and experiences as Upper Warden to Master Alderman Sir David Wootton 2016-17 and then Master of the Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Painters of Glass 2017-18.

‘Daughter of York’ Unveils New Window 7 April 2017

Helen Whittaker of Barley Studio was pleased to meet 'Daughter of York' Dame Judi Dench, who officially unveiled Helen's new window celebrating 600 years of the Merchant Taylors Hall in York. Helen would like to thank all those who made this project possible: Master Robert Porter, who presided over the unveiling ceremony, the Merchant Taylors steering group, the donors, and of course the skilled craftspeople at Barley Studio. See the window here.

Follow Barley Studio’s Master Glazier

Barley Studio invite you to follow Keith Barley’s blog of his events and experiences as Upper Warden to Master Alderman Sir David Wootton 2016-17 and then Master of the Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Painters of Glass 2017-18. Keith is proud to be one of the few practising glaziers to become Master of this medieval Company, dedicated to the preservation of stained glass and the skills necessary to produce this beautiful art form. We begin with his first event as Upper Warden, giving a reading at the Worshipful Company's Annual Service in Southwark Cathedral.

WOOT WOOT!

The degree of Master of Arts (by Research) in History of Art was conferred upon Keith Charles Barley, Vanbrugh College, University of York, on the twenty-first of January 2017. Congratulations Keith, we knew you could do it!

Barley Studio featured in new book: ‘Crafted in Britain’

Barley Studio is pleased to announce their inclusion in the Forthcoming book: CRAFTED IN BRITAIN. The Survival of Britain’s Traditional Industries. Words by Anthony Burton. Photographs by Rob Scott.
Crafted in Britain is a celebration of Britain’s traditional crafts and industries. We are delighted that Keith Barley and Helen Whittaker have been featured in this book and thank Anthony Burton and Rob Scott for a super publication.
Here is a link to the book sample from Bloomsbury. Take it to full screen and you can scroll through.

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