Clare Gaylard


Clare Gaylard
Unit 2, Yew Tree Court, Framlingham Road, Earl Soham
IP13 7SG
Suffolk Coastal
Art Around Framlingham
3rd - 4th June, 10th - 11th June, 17th - 18th June, 24th - 25th June
Lampwork Glass
Drawing, Glasswork, Jewellery, Lampwork, Painting
My degree is in silversmithing but for the last decade I have worked primarily with glass. I torch glass in an intense flame to create sculptures, vessels and one-of-a-kind pieces of jewellery. My glass tells stories, celebrates colour, pattern, light and the beauty of the small. I'm a qualified art teacher and my new studio: Flameworks is equipped for classes, workshops and torch-time.  
Clare Gaylard

Location & Directions

Flameworks is located in Yew Tree Court on the Framlingham Rd (A1120) between Earl Soham and Saxstead, across the road from Moat Park. Enter Yew Tree Courtyard, my studio is in group of units on the left, in the row nearest to (and facing) the main road. . There is plenty of parking on site.


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Lorraine Beecroft
Created On: 13/02/14 15:56:06

I have been told so much about the designs that Clare creates and looking at the website I can see that they are indeed beautiful. My particular favourite is the Landscape delicate and evokes memories of being by the seaside!!

Kathy Carter
Created On: 13/02/14 10:15:01

Absolutely exquisite, bespoke jewellery. The colours are amazing and if you get the chance, watch Clare change a glass rod into something to keep for life. Well worth a visit to this little gem in the pretty town of Framlingham

Sue Dinwiddy
Created On: 13/02/14 10:01:18

Absolutely beautiful jewellery! You are so clever. Robust, super stylish and stunning.

Jayne Stansfeld
Created On: 12/02/14 16:45:40
Edited By Jayne Stansfeld On: 07/02/16 20:44:54

If you are not yet familiar with lamp work, or even if you are, Clare's gorgeous colourful glass is a real treat for your eyes. Her perfectly crafted miniature sculptures shine and sparkle in the sun, and her more recent work include etched surfaces enclosing tiny flora and sea creatures, absolutely not to be missed.