Allister has become a renowned craftsman within his field. He is continuously expanding upon his portfolio of handmade, blown and contemporary glass artwork, welcoming all manor of commissioned work from corporate and private clients. His strong design sense combined with an impeccable standard of finish has created a dedicated collector base. All work is individually signed and dated by the artist.

“Acquiring the skills to produce handcrafted glass to a professional standard has been a long battle. This journey has taken me twenty years. I now strive to push this medium of glass and explore the versatility that it offers utilising all the skills I have gained over the years. Hopefully when you view the glass gallery it will convey the enjoyment it has given me to create these works!” quote by Allister Malcolm

2016 - 2015 Art in Action Demonstrator

2015 - Instructor collaborative residency with Helen Millard-  The studio, Corning Museum of Glass

2015 - 2008 Broadfield House Glass Museum Resident Glass Artist.

2015 - Organiser The Celebrity Doodle campaign for The British Glass Foundation.

2012 - The Worlds Longest Glassmaking Demonstration IFOG. - Raising awareness for the British Glass  Foundation as a newly appointed trustee of the charity. survived 26 1/2 hours nonstop glassblowing.

2011 - Glass table legs commissioned for Palm Island Dubai. ITV House Gift – Laurence Llewelyn Bowen - feature

2012, 2010 & 2008 Masterclass leader - International festival of Glass (Stourbridge)

2007 – Commission of a Mediaeval kiln sculpture – Wednesbury. Hot glass Lecturer at the University of Wolverhampton. Commissioned to produce playwriting trophies.

2004 - 2006 Extensive exhibitions throughout the UK and the USA. Part time tutor at University of Wolverhampton.

2003 design & produce the London Law Society Awards.

2002 Creative Development Award by West Midlands Arts.

2000 - 2008 Himley Hall: AM glass studio based .

2000 - 2003 Jonathan Harris Studio glass. Glassmaker.

2000 - 2002 “The Open Mic Awards” sponsored by “The Daily Telegraph.”

1999 - 2000 Stuart Crystal’s Visitor centre. Demonstrating as “Everglassting”

1998 Highly commended, “Most Innovative product” - Harrogate Trade Fair.

1997 - 98 Part time tutor University of Central England, Ceramics and Glass.

1997 Winner “New Designers in Business” competition sponsored by, “The Foreign and Commonwealth Office.”

1997 - 99 Broadfield House Glass Museum Scholarship Occupant.

1994 - 1997 Wolverhampton University BA (Hons) (Glass with Sculpture).

1993 - 1994 -Doncaster College of Art (Foundation course in Art & Design). – Distinction


2013 NEC Spring fair

2013,2012, 2011,2010,2009 Sept. Top Drawer London

2010 Origin, somerset house, London

2010 International Federation of Interior Architects and designers (Dubai)- mobile furnace demonstration – Grand Hyatt Hotel

2009, 2008 Harrogate, Design Edge (2008)

2007 Atlanta Showroom

2000 - 2005 New York International Gift Fair

1999 San Francisco International Gift Fair (Handmade)

The British Glass Foundation (BGF) is a charity that was created in response to the venerable but ageing Broadfield House Glass Museum in Kingswinford being deemed no longer fit for purpose as the showcase of the Stourbridge Glass collection. It was felt imperative that this internationally renowned assemblage of some of the finest glass ever made should retain its integrity and provenance in a new and permanent home.

Glass Specialist Fairs – Cambridge and Dulwich including live glassblowing demonstrations with portable furnaces, Motorcycle museum display only.


Work represented in many galleries throughout the UK

2010 Broadfield House Glass Museum pieces introduced into the permanent collection.

2009 Corning Cedar Arts Center – New York “Same Difference”

2012, 2008 Biennale exhibitor, 2008 same difference Eisch Glass Gallery Germany, Belgium showcase

Where are they now” Broadfield House glass museum




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