The studio is dedicated to Public Art with a specialism in architectural glass and glass sculpture. A wide range of professional associates allows a fully guaranteed service capable of managing art projects at any scale. Projects are negotiated on a commission basis. This approach permits a unique response and philosophy for any given scheme. The studio has sixteen years experience developing artworks in collaboration with architectural practices. It also manages art workshop programs for client groups, and advises on planning consent issues relating to Section 106 and Percent for Art. Julian Stocks has lectured on architectural glass in both the UK and USA, and is available for CPD/CPE lecture programs.
CV & Education
2007 - Tzeddek, Allen and Overy LLP, Bishops Square, London, England.
2006 - Narration of the Invisible II, Glaxo SmithKline, Harlow, Essex, England.
2005 - 'TQ254812', The Corner, Notting Hill, London, England
2002 - 'Fusion', Glaxo SmithKline, GSK Global HQ, Brentford, England
2001 - 'Parallax 2001', The Rothermere American Institute, RAI, Oxford, England
2001 - 'Spirit of Creativity', Pfizer UK, Campus Gateway, Sandwich, Kent, England
2000 - Oak, 2.5m(H) x 3m(W) Etched glass partition and sliding glass doors, Private Residence, Private Address, Surrey, England
1997 - 'Equilibrium', Glaxo SmithKline, GSK Research & Development, Harlow, Essex, England
1996 - 'Word', The Medieval Chapel, St. Brides' Church, Fleet Street, London, England
2007 - Blues & Twos, Cleveland Police HQ, Middlesbrough, England.
2005 - 'Narration of The Invisible', The New Renal Building, Hammersmith Hospitals NHS Trust, Hammersmith, London, England
2004 - The Gift, 5sq.m of enamelled, etched and stained architectural glass, The Open University, Milton Keynes, England
2003 - 'Pas de Deux', The Royal Ballet School, Floral Street, London, England.
2000 - 'Clifton Ford', The Clifton Ford Hotel, Marylebone Lane, London, England
2000 - 'The Tyburn Project', 110 Wigmore Street, 110 Wigmore Street, London, England
1998 - Uses of Disorder, 13m(H) x 1.2m(W) x 2 Architectural stained glass, The University of Dundee, Dundee, Scotland