Kate Pasvol had a career in architecture and education. A lifelong interest in sculpture led to her attending sculpture day classes at The University of Hertfordshire and she became fascinated by glass. Very soon she began experimenting in glass attempting to achieve three dimensional effects using a wide range of casting and fusing techniques. Her inspiration comes from the landscape. As a keen walker she is attempting to recreate the feeling of passing through a landscape by layering and fusing glass to create three dimensional images which appear to move as you walk past them. By arranging her glass blocks in tableaux, she can increase the impression of movement. The process is always experimental and while the work represents real places where she has walked, it is not the actual view that is being represented but feeling the location inspires. Kate exhibits widely and her work has been selected for many major exhibitions including the Mall Galleries and at the British Glass Biennale 2017 and 2019 where she was awarded the Warm Glass People’s Prize. She has held major solo shows at Moma, Wales and has had three solo shows at Ffin Y Parc, North Wales and also a solo show at Koywood Gallery in Cardiff. She has had major work exhibited at Collect 2020, 2021 and 2022. Her work is available at London Glassblowing Gallery and various galleries in Wales.