Landmark Features Glass Artist Laura Hart At Its Old Broad Street Serviced Office Centre

Landmark has welcomed leading glass artist Laura Hart who is showcasing some of her beautiful glass pieces at their Old Broad Street location in the city of London.

Laura is based in rural Cavendish in Suffolk where she specialises in exquisite fused and kiln formed glass butterflies and flowers using sterling silver for anatomical detail.   

This new limited time artist showcase continues Landmark’s strong commitment to the Arts, with over ten years of continuing support for the University of the Arts London Annual Art Degree Show as well as providing cash prizes for outstanding graduates. The programme covers Art Colleges in Wimbledon, Chelsea and Camberwell.

Landmark has purchased a large body of graduate work over the years which can be seen on display across five Landmark locations in the City of London and Mayfair.

Laura has had an interesting career, now recognised as a top International glass artist exhibiting in glass galleries worldwide, she has also written several books, appeared in a film and designed a number of large sculptures on public display.

Landmark has 11 beautiful pieces on loan, all of which are for sale. The pieces at Old Broad Street are from Laura’s Art Deco and Picasso collections.

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You can find out more about Laura Hart and her glass art work including her orchid and butterflies collections HERE.

About Landmark

Part of the OCS Group of companies and established in 2000, Landmark is a leading provider of professional serviced offices in the City of London and West End.

Landmark’s business centres offer flexible terms in prestigious surroundings and provide executive boardrooms, meeting rooms, training facilities and virtual offices.

Employing over 130 full and part time staff, Landmark centres include; 110 Bishopsgate, 125 Old Broad Street, Holland House and 4 Lombard Street in the City, as well as 48 Dover Street in Mayfair and Garden Studios in Covent Garden. 

The City of London and Mayfair centres incorporate luxury designer furnishings, works of art from Landmark’s 600+ piece collection, plus items from its collection of 125 tin toys from the early 1900’s.
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*Feature image grabbed from Laura Hart’s website