Cyclists Collection

poster.jpgMy growing Yorkshire Cyclist collection celebrates the gorgeous Yorkshire towns and countryside, my love of cycling and the Tour de Yorkshire.  In 2014 I created images of cyclists passing through the towns and countryside on the Tour de France route and fused them in to glass. Since then I have added more images following the Tour de Yorkshire route each year.  I have also stepped over the border to include Lancashire, Cumbria and the Peak District in my collection.

My work is available as coasters,  key rings, cuff links, cards and as limited signed giclee prints. bolton abbey2I also have a number of glass sculptures featuring cyclists.

All of my cyclist work is available to buy online and I sell a selection of my work in a number of shops and galleries across the UK. cyclist

For trade prices or more information please email me at jane@abundantglass.co.uk

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4 thoughts on “Cyclists Collection

  1. Hi Jane,

    I think that your work is amazing. My husband and I saw you on TV recently and heard you say that you would like to capture bike related scenes all over Britain and we would like to invite you to stay in our award winning Bed & Breakfast free of charge if this would help you to record Carmarthenshire. It is a beautiful area and we are on the Sustrans 4 route. Keep up the good work x

  2. Jane we really love your work and wanted some coasters for a friend who is a big cycling fan and is coming to Yorkshire for the Tour.
    One question do you do Cragg Vale as a coaster as it’s not on your web site
    Kind regards
    Frank

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