About Zoe Angle and Angle Glass

With a solid background in fine art and more than 20 years’ experience working with stained glass, Zoe Angle brings a rare degree of versatility and understanding to her craft.

About Zoe Angle

Zoe Angle is a versatile stained glass artist specialising in traditional glass painting, a technique she uses in work she’s designed herself, as well as when she’s restoring old glass.

After founding Angle Glass in 2009, Zoe has built up her company, working with homeowners, architects, interior designers and churches, as well as window and door companies.

When working with homeowners, Zoe enjoys leading them through the commissioning process, with the aim of producing a stunning piece that has personal significance.

Zoe regularly works with businesses on larger scale projects, bringing in, when required, a select group of craftspeople with the relevant skills to collaborate with her. As a result, no project is too big or complicated for her to handle.

A fine art graduate, Zoe worked for The Stained Glass Place before completing a four-year glass painting apprenticeship at Goddard and Gibbs Studios, Britain’s leading designer and maker of stained glass.

Over the last 30 years Zoe has helped restore the glass from the Baltic Exchange dome (now displayed at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich), produced glass for the Bait al-Baraka Royal Palace in Oman, and for the Sikh temple in Southall. She assisted Emma Blount with the painting of the Winston Churchill memorial window for St Martin’s Church, Bladon, Oxfordshire.

She’s exhibited work in the centenary exhibition of the British Society of Master Glass Painters.

Zoe opens her studios to the public every year as part of The London Design Festival and BEAT- Borough of Ealing Art Trail.

Zoe Angle is a member of Heritage Crafts and the British Society of Master Glass Painters.

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