I have had a wonderful summer thanks to Mother Nature who very kindly made sure the sun was shining brightly for days on end.

I took time off to create a lot of new designs and visit art galleries, art exhibits and meet other artists.

My work is becoming more explicit and I have a new focus for 2014.


New focus: The 3D'S


Bubble Trouble is located on the south coast of England.

I am an artist who expresses myself primarily in hand blown glass. However, I have a passion for stone and I often create with stone and glass, wood and glass and recently incorporate precious metals.

My work has always taken me in a direction of combining different media. For me this seems natural. I design and create quality art for home, office or garden and can take the scope of work into any environment.

My creations focus from small scale items to large installations. My work is constantly evolving and what you see on my website is reflective of what I am able to create. But it is only a taster, I constantly add to my inventory with new designs and will list future exhibits on this site.

Please feel free to contact me with any queries you may have. Thank you for taking the time to look at the website.


Pink Marshmallows Sandcast Shell

2014 is the year for Dorset Art Weeks. This is DAW’s 12th biennial event. Dorset artists will exhibit throughout the county and you will be able to view and purchase some truly exceptional art.

During this huge event you can meet artists who collectively use a vast range of media. They will be available during this time to show their creations and discuss their work with you.

Some artists, like Bubble Trouble, are using age old skills to produce top quality art in this world of technological perfection. Glassblowing is an art form that involves inflating molten glass into a bubble and using tools that have not changed much over centuries to create unique, exclusive art.

The person who blows glass is called a glassblower, a glass smith, or a gaffer. Once glassblowing was dominated by males, times have changed and the job market for glass has as well. These days there are many female glass artists whom we can call glass mistresses!

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