Anita Manning, (TV expert on collectables and antiques) states: “As an auctioneer I have the privilege of handling wonderful objects on a daily basis. These objects from the past; because of their craftsmanship, artistry and social history are a continual interest to me. I especially love glass and Scotland has always produced outstanding Works of Art using this medium. The works produced by our young Scottish artists are very much in the traditions of that skill and they form part of my own personal collection. One of my favourite pieces is a large glass charger [table centerpiece] by Siobhan Healy. Siobhan’s work is very much involved with light and form and there is a particular point in the day when the light meets this object and it glows…and never fails to give me joy.”

Siobhan Healy is a Scottish artist and designer who specialises in work in Glass &

Crystal.  Current work is in partnership with international brand Swarovski Crystal.

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The unique glass artworks are designed and made in Scotland and international commissions are undertaken. 

Siobhan Healy has received recognition for her work through prestigious awards; most recently in the worldwide tri-annual competition - ' The International Glass Prize 2012' - Public Prize.  Healy specialises in glass commissions for public buildings and also sculptural artworks for Museums and public spaces. 

 

 

Previous Clients

The Scottish Government, The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS), The BBC, Craignish Castle, North Lanarkshire Council, East Dumbartonshire Council and Clackmannanshire Council. Healy's sculptural artworks are included in Museum collections in the UK, Germany and notably, her Ghost Orchids are now part of the Harvard Permanent Collection, Harvard University, USA . In addition, Siobhan has also been a consultant and demonstrated glass-making processes on several BBC television programmes. 

Siobhan Healy has partnered with international brand Swarovski to develop innovative and contemporarysculptural work in Glass and Swarovski crystal inspired by the ‘Glasgow style’- circa 1890-1930.