Born in Sri Lanka to British parents, Jeremy Dane Morris came to Canada as a young child and spent his early years in Southern Ontario. He received his university training at Guelph University, where he studied English Literature and Fine Art, majoring in printmaking. After graduation (1979), he moved to Ottawa. In 1996 he moved to Vancouver where he has resided ever since. Jeremy's love affair with glass goes back over twenty-five years. For the first twenty of those years he worked in stained glass, exhibiting his work at galleries such as the Wells Gallery in Ottawa where he was a featured artist from 1983 to 1991. In 2001, after studying glass fusing and slumping with master glassworker Melanie Rowe, Jeremy acquired a kiln and began specializing in fused and slumped glass. He continues to experiment with and refine his techniques, adding to his line of jewellery, plates and bowls. Jeremy Dane Studio Glass was established in 2003. The website, fusedglass.ca went online in 2005. Click on image below to view larger size.