Gay Hutchings 

Gay Hutchings - Leaf form
Since 1994, new SCS member Gay has been working with glass, while still painting and printmaking. 
Commissions include two windows for the Royal London Hospital, a window for the 
foyer for the Headgate Theatre in Colchester and a memorial window for Peldon 
Church, Essex. 
More recently, she has been making glass without traditional leading, using such 
techniques as screenprinting, etching, bonding and fusing. As well as decorative 
plates and bowls, she creates colourful, textured, free-standing glass pieces, using 
fusing and slumping techniques. Her work is mainly imaginative, inspired by the rich 
colours and shapes of landscape and nature, together with the human figure. Her 
most recent pieces are glass flowers for the garden, mounted on wrought iron stands 
which are intended to be installed in flower beds. 
1996-97 Caroline Swash Fellowship for 1 year’s research study in 
stained glass at Central St Martins, London 
1994-96 2-year Post Graduate Diploma in Stained Glass, Central St Martins, 
1977-80 BA Honours degree in Fine Art Painting, Central School of Art, London 
Gay Hutchings - Flame
Gay Hutchings - Through the Wood
Gay Hutchings - Blue Circle
Gay Hutchings - White form
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