BBC’s Countryfile Showcases Jane O’Neill


FotoCeramic are very proud to have seen our ceramic transfers being used in a recent broadcast of BBC’s Countryfile, aired on Sunday 22nd June 2014. The episode focused on the area around Oxenhope in West Yorkshire, to herald the start of the 2014 Tour de France, which was being hosted in Yorkshire  for the first two stages of the celebrated race.

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One of our clients, Jane O’Neill of Abundant Glass, was featured in a segment with John Craven, which highlighted her love of cycling, particularly up the famous Cragg Vale- the longest, continuous incline in England, and her passion for art in fused glass. Jane talked about the inspiration for her artwork, which cf3 edit

depicts the Tour de France cyclists passing through places such as Harrogate, Hebden Bridge and Skipton. She explained that her original artwork was digitally printed onto transfer paper and applied to the glass before firing. FotoCeramic created the digital ceramic transfer decals for Jane and it was great to see how striking the finished pieces were.


John Craven joined her in finishing off the glass coasters from her current range by wet sanding the glass.




For more information about Jane’s work, please check out her website and look at the fantastic glass work she has created.



If you are a regular client of FotoCeramic and you wish to be featured in our blog, please get in touch with us for further information. We are always very pleased to highlight your artwork in our blog and through our Facebook page.

FotoCeramic Team

Based in Stoke-on-Trent, since 1998 FotoCeramic has been producing digital transfers for ceramics and glass; along with our expert knowledge, we have provided custom decals to businesses, designers and members of the public.