Latest onto our Green Man page is this panel, apparently dated 1865 (but this may be a commemorative date), sent in by Roel Hildebrand, "Glas in Lood", of Alkmaar in Holland.
Bought by Roel as a loose panel. He is not certain of its age or whether it is German or Dutch. Very good condition and very detailed.
Looks like rather a good self portrait in stained glass by the Poetaster!
Bullseye Glass has suspended the use of Arsenic and Cadmium because of air quality concerns
Hot colours are affected, reds, pinks, purples etc. We suspect that his is likely to spill over to other manufacturers.
This is an interesting one, because Bullseye are taking action without being required to. Although significant levels of these chemicals were detected in their car park, the authorities have not required any action be taken.
This situation has led to panic buying in the USA. I expect this will result in a shortage of Bullseye reds, even the opaques, and quite soon a rollover into other makes of glass.
Port of Leith in stained glass. No details but clearly a stunning memorial window.
Brad Pitt in stained glass. I really like it because he has been captured in a few very simple lines. Clever and stunning.
Another interesting panel, made by "Luminaire".
Interesting to the Editor who has an Aviation background.
Posted on Instagram by Shirley Girl.
A really exciting panel, made by "vanpatto" of New Mexico.
Great project, even with the apparrently clashing ethnic colours!
Based in Wales, Liz Griffiths made this stained glass window.
She describes this as her biggest work so far. I like it.
Given as 20" x 30". Very busy for that size.
Posted by W. Fogg (Polish, I think.)
A window in an abandoned church.
It seems such a shame that stunning windows like these are left to rot.
Posted by Stuart Low
From his show The Birds and The Bees at Paper Plane in Bristol till 29th Sept.
An interesting piece of stained glass art, albeit yet another repeated advert on Twitter.
Posted by @OxfordArtGlass
Says it all :)
Their fantastic "Gaudi" inspired window for a barn conversion.
Cappy Paints on glass. His work is so good! Based I think, in North West USA.
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