Divine Art and craft
Founder David Batchelor was educated at the prestigious architectural stained glass course at Swansea, after studying for a 6 year period, I continued to develop drawing and painting skills, undertaking a number of commercial artwork projects, then I ran a stained glass studio for a company that made Victorian and Edwardian windows. After a couple of years I felt the time had come to expand my skills as a growing passion for wildlife illustration and glass painting increased.
In 1998 Divine art and craft ltd was established, my main goal was to add colour into every home. and still hold these beliefs today. By creating my first decorative glass tiles and splashbacks in 2000. I went on to create a wider range of designed art glass products. In 2008 the introduction of the next level in glass tiles and glass splashbacks by introducing hand painted designs, by increasing the product ranges and services Divine Art became more accessible to a greater number of people.
My studio is based at Amberley working museum, on a daily basis showing the public my craft and the possibilities of art glass, "I wish to thank visitors for there walm comments and apreciation for my work / creativity.
2012 is busy so far designing and working on a number of domestic commissions.
I am developing a number of new "items" to be introduced shortly before the 2nd quater.
"Over the past 20 years I have undertaken a large number of jobs in both traditional and modern art glass and thank you all for your support and interest in Divine Art".