Liz Waugh McManus: Ripples – inspired by nature, exhibition at Pyramid Gallery

Liz Waugh McManus is to have some of her glass sculptures featured in a new exhibition, Ripples – Glass Inspired by Nature, at the Pyramid Gallery, York.


‘Slow Train V’ © Liz Waugh McManus


Liz was one of twenty six artists (out of over eighty entries from all over the world) whose work was selected for the exhibition organised by The Contemporary Glass Society (CGS).

As the organisers state: ‘Glass has the ability to emulate forms, patterns and structures found in nature; RIPPLES will highlight the breadth of inspiration that nature provides to many practicing glass artists.

The exhibition will be a showcase for contemporary glass artworks. Ripples will feature contemporary glass artworks by: Ian Barrowcliffe, Effie Burns, Keith Cummings, Rachel Elliott, Peter Fricker, Laura Hart, Catherine Hough, Alisoun Howie, Elin Isaksson, Angela Jarman, Tlws Johnson, James Maskrey, Roberta Mason, Faith Mercer, Lisa Pettibone, Cathryn Shilling, Boris Shpiezman, Helen Slater, Nancy Sutcliffe, Peter Smyth, Graeme Thyer, JanHein van Stiphout, Liz Waugh McManus, Rachel Welford, Elke Westen, Amy Whittingham.


Ripples – Glass Inspired by Nature
14th March – 5th May 2015
Pyramid Gallery
43 Stonegate

The Contemporary Glass Society (CGS) is widely regarded as the foremost organisation in the UK for promoting and encouraging cutting edge glass and glass-makers within the wider art world. Read more on their website: