Colin Reid takes glass to its extreme to create pieces which are both majestic and magical. Over the past 30 years he has worked with this fragile material to create exquisite works of art which intrigue and invite us to wonder at how they are made. Colin’s sculpture has an extraordinary ability to make a first-time viewer stop and be drawn in to look carefully again and again. His brilliance has given him the cutting edge in kiln-cast glass and international recognition for his inspirational work.
Simonoseki City Art Gallery, Japan
Cheltenham Art Gallery, UK
Glass Art Fund, Strasborg
Museum fur Modernes Glas Ohringen, Germany
Seven Bridges Foundation, USA
Shanghai Museum of Glass
Reading Museum, UK
Toyama City Board of Education, Toyama, Japan
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Canada
Victoria & Albert Museum, London.
Corning Museum of Glass, New York.
Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles, USA.
Kunstmuseum der Stadt Dusseldorf, Germany.
Musee de Design et d’Arts Appliques/Contemporains, Lausanne, Switzerland.
Ebeltoft Glass Museum, Ebeltoft, Denmark.
Ulster Museum, Belfast, N. Ireland.
Tokyo National Museum of Modern Art, Japan.
Norfolk County Museum UK.
Hokkaido Museum of Art, Japan.
Craft Council Collection, London.
Kunstsammlungen der Veste Coburg, Coburg, Germany.
Broadfield House Glass Museum, Dudley, UK.
QE II Arts Council of New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand.
Auckland Museum & Institute, Auckland, New Zealand.
Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Birmingham, UK.
National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Indianapolis Museum of Art, USA.
Museum of Decorative Arts, Prague, Czech Republic.
Museo Contemporáneo Del Vidrio Ciudad De Alcorcón, Madrid, Spain.
Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear, UK.
Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK.
Kunstgewerbemuseum, Schloss Pillnitz, Dresden, Germany.
Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Kunstgewerbemuseum, Berlin, Germany.
Musee des Artes Decoratifs, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
National Liberty Museum, Philadelphia, USA.
Walker Art Gallery, National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside, UK.
McManus Galleries, Dundee, Scotland.
National Museum Cardiff, Wales.
Hergiswil Glass Museum, Luzern, Switzerland.
Otaru City Collection, Otaru, Japan.
Bellerive Museum, Zurich, Switzerland.
Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Art. Racine, Wisconsin, USA.
J. B. Speed Art Museum, Louisville, Kentucky, USA.
Koganezaki Crystal Park, Kamo-Mura, Japan.
Ernsting Stiftung, Coesfeld-Lette, Germany.
Toyama City Board of Education, Toyama, Japan.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, USA.
Toledo Museum of Art, USA
14 – 23 March 2014
London, 8 – 12 May 2014
Art Antiques London, London
11 – 18 June 2014
25 June – 2 July 2014
Pavilion Art & Design, London
13 – 19 October 2014
The Salon: Art + Design, New York
13 – 17 November 2014
Also showing in the following exhibitions:
42nd International Invitational
Opens 26th April 2014
Coburg Prize for Contemporary Glass 2014
Kunstsammlungen der Veste Coburg,
13th April -14th September 2014
Winner of the Coburg Glass Prize Alexander Tutsek-Award 2014
Summer Exhibition 2014
The Garden Gallery
Stockbridge, Hants. UK
15th May – 19th July 2014
Art and the Sacred
Galerie Internationale Du Verre
Opens 4th July 2014
Gallery Pangolin at Gloucester Cathedral, UK
5th September – 31st October 2014
And at Gallery Pangolin, Chalford, UK