About the artist

Contemporary Glass for Churches, Secular and Public Buildings including windows, entrance doors, screens, sculptural features.

Personal Statement

Jane Campbell works in contemporary glass including architectural stained glass, etched, sandblasted and silvered glass, handblown, moulded and toughened large scale coloured glass enamelling.
She has created contemporary commissions of all scales for new and established churches, secular and public buildings; The Westminster City Archives Stained glass Window depicting ‘the history of Westminster past and present’; Chertsey Hospital Interior Wall Feature ‘hope and uplift’ 70 fins of moulded, bevelled and enamelled glass; Wrekin College Chapel Entrance Doors - sandblasted, silvered and etched; St Luke’s Church, Watford, nine coloured glass enamelled and slumped glass windows; Glass Awards and Trophies.
Each commission whether figurative, symbolic or abstract is designed in a unique way drawing from her wealth of experience in the glass field of techniques, light and colour whilst working alongside clients and architects. She is a Churchill Fellow and Prince of Wales Craft Scholar, some commissions have been dedicated by Bishops and Royalty and she has exhibited in this country and abroad.

Also a Steward for the Artists’ General Benevolent Institution a long established charity financially supporting artists who have fallen on hard times. Please visit to find out more about her work, commissioning and the A.G.B.I.

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  • Studio Information

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    Studio Address

    The Keep, High Street, Bosham, West Sussex PO18 8LS

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    Studio Telephone

  • Studio Access

    Wheelchair Access


    Bank Holiday


  • Directions

    Park in Bosham Car Park. Walk left towards the water then right at Shoreside Café towards the The Anchor Bleu pub and Church. Studio is opposite The Old Ship.
    First floor studio via external staircase.

Jane Campbell

The Keep, High Street, Bosham, West Sussex PO18 8LS

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