Teithiau: I'r Wharfe o'r Tafwys a'r Tawe
All Saints Church, Weston, Otley
9th- 12th July 2020
a new exhibition of small scale stained glass artworks by Jonathan and friends
10.30am - 5pm Thursday, Friday, 9th & 10th July
10 am -12 noon and 1.30 -3.30 pm on Saturday 11th July
10.30 am - 4pm on Sunday 12th July
Free admission: donations to church funds would be welcome.
There are three associated events:
On Saturday 11th July there are two concerts - strictly by ticket in advance £10 per concert
12.30 - 1.15pm Sorrow there made Fair Music by Dowland and Holborne for countertenor and lute Tristram Cooke/Peter Martin
4.00- 5.00pm Songs of Travel and other Matters Tristram Cooke/ Tom Cooke/ Graham Thorpe
Sales: 01943 602521/07968 967490
On the afternoon of Sunday 12th July, the gardens of Weston Hall will be open for guided visits, and cream teas will be served in aid of church funds.
Swansea glass painting course
15th -21st September inclusive
Over the Hills: preparatory sketch design © J Cooke 2020
"ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL MASTERCLASS"
Feedback on Swansea courses September 2019
“Really great! I enjoyed every minute and learned so much. Have learned a lot not only about glass painting, but the history, construction of windows in the past and present.”
“I loved the course and Jonathan Cooke and can recommend it highly.”
“Fabulous. Incredibly enjoyable and I feel I have learned so much. Jonathan is a wonderful teacher – his knowledge and expertise are second to none and his enthusiasm and ability to communicate his skills are rich and wonderful.”
“I had an amazing experience on the course. Jonathan was brilliant and the AGC were always available to help. 5 star experience.”
Jonathan's demonstration pieces Swansea courses 2019
STAINED GLASS EDUCATION: June 2019
As part of Embsay St Mary's "Looking both Ways" project, Jonathan spent a day giving three age-appropriate demonstrations on how to make a stained glass window, seen here with his favourite badger brush!
The write up in the parish newsletter...The adults and some 55 children were given a treat by a supremely skilled specialist who also turned out to be a superb teacher
Image courtesy of Peter Edwards
Two new pieces by Jonathan were exhibited at Inspired by Burne-Jones
Grange Gallery, Rottingdean
4th- 16th June 2019
Oleumaqua is Jonathan's personal response to comments reputedly made by his arch-rival Whistler on Burne-Jones' painting techniques
EB-J, seen here in progress on the lightbox, is a detailed narrative
reflection on elements of Burne-Jones' life, ideas and art
8" x 13": grisaille, stain, enamel
Jonathan Cooke 2019
CLIFFE CASTLE GRAND STAIRCASE WINDOW
The grand staircase window at Cliffe Castle, Keighley was completed in November 2018 for Bradford Museums. A unique project combining conservation, restoration and new design, it was officially 'opened' on March 3rd 2019. The leaflet features a detail from one of Jonathan's new panels.
YORKSHIRE POST FEATURE
Jonathan and his work were featured in the Yorkshire Post Weekend magazine on March 9th.