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Sharon Marston


Below: Spiral Light with Grey Glass Leaves by Sharon Marston.


skill and creativity involved in creating each masterpiece. To support the main display of lighting, a


digital screen will showcase project images, highlighting the design process and the studio’s ever evolving designs. They also show each installation in situ and display how the lighting works seamlessly with the spaces in which they are installed. Each project is built on two solid ideas: sensitivity to materials and a dedication to high-quality craftsmanship.


SuperBrands at TENT Stand 10, Ground floor


Sharon Marston studio will also create a unique lighting installation against the industrial brick of East London’s famous Old Truman Brewery. A fantastical world will be created from natural willow cane and woven brass mesh petal shapes that are interlaced with fibre optic filaments. This amazing structure will become the housing for the studio’s stand, providing an inspirational space for visitors to stop and take time to appreciate the interplay of light


Bottom: Storm Light by Sharon Marston.


and material surrounding them. The dramatic lights combine traditional materials and craft techniques to create a stunning final impression.


Sharon Marston’s work is a stunning example of lighting that is a work of art in its own right and the designs should be seen in the flesh to be completely understood and enjoyed.


Contact


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