Found on Twitter: "Gorgeous stained glass window on the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail"
We saw these stunning windows on Twitter (#stainedglass). They are in the Lewis and Clark Library in St Louis, which is under threat of demolition! If that happens, I hope someone saves these very striking windows.
This is a photo of the Green Man in the church, St Mary the Virgin, Upton Scudamore, Wiltshire.
There are two pairs of lancet windows. All four windows have an identical tree and Green Man as a background and in each case the tree climbs from the figures mouth at the base of the window to the full height of each window.
These windows were added following a major church renovation which commenced in the mid 1850s and was planned and organised by the Rev John Baron and the architect George Edmund Street.
Photo and information sent in to us by Ken Welch.
Click here for our Green Man page.
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Checking #stainedglass on Twitter we found this brilliant owl.
He comes off the web site of
STUART LOW ARCHITECTURAL GLASS ARTIST, based in Bristol.
Passing the time on Sunday your Editor found this superb modern window.
It was posted on Twitter by Palace of Glass of California.
We tend to be very traditional here but isn't this a fabulous window?
This is work by The Glass Shed in Hampshire.
This is one of the best mirrors with coloured glass that I have seen. I like the layered effect and the lack of a frame. And the overlap at the edge. Awesome!
The web site is well worth a visit, as all the designs shown are original and very interesting.
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