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  1. Chairman, Arnold Embellishers

    In her “Dancing into the Light” designs she captured the ethos of the school, the relevance of the site and took inspiration from the stained glass windows in the College Chapel created by the celebrated Mary Lowndes, an influential women’s leader in arts and crafts. The school and the Arnold Embellishers loved the art nouveau influence of Mary Lowndes and yet how Jessica managed to bring a modernity to the designs. There was a relevance to the movement and dance of the young pupils in a 21st century dance studio. Yet it is also a timeless work of art. The pupils, staff, parents, visitors are all very proud of Jessica’s windows. Many say they like to look at the installation in different lights when the designs change in sunlight and studio lighting and briefly capture flashes of movement from the pupils. In the centre of a brand new school building the windows have quickly become part of the continuing history and tradition of Eastbourne College.

    From the moment Jessica was commissioned to produce the two windows she acted with enthusiasm, professionalism and vigour to liaise on technical requirements, to provide updates as the windows were being produced and to get the windows finished and installed on time. I found her very easy to work with and absolutely charming. She kindly attended from France again when the windows were unveiled by Dame Katherine Grainger, Olympian and Chair of UK Sport. Jessica has shown a willingness from start to finish to attend in person and work professionally. I wish her the very best with future commissions around the world – she is a very talented and visionary craftswoman yet practical, driven and business like and I am sure that will prove a world-class combination for her.


    Chairman, Arnold Embellishers


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13 novembre 2020

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