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Susan Glyn

Sculptor, painter and stained glass artist. The daughter of Lt. Colonel Sir Rhys-Williams and Lady Rhys-Williams of Miskin Manor, Glamorgan, Susan Glyn subsequently trained in Paris and exhibited at the salons, working in relief, bronze and fibreglass. She studied stained glass techniques and exhibited at the Centre International du Vitrail at Chartres. Her work has been widely exhibited and is held in private and public collections in France, Britain and North America. She is also a published poet. Two of her slab glass 'Phoenixes' for hospices in Britain are in Wales.

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  East Window East Window
artist: Susan Glyn
designer: Juliet Rhys-Williams
firm/studio: Shades of Light Ltd.
Church of St Michael, Beddau, Rhondda Cynon Taff
east wall of the chancel
 Rose of St Dorothea Rose of St Dorothea
artist: Susan Glyn
about 2000
Tymawr Convent, Lydart, Monmouthshire

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