This Green Man added in August 2014 to our Green Man page, is from Jayne Hannon.
He resides in the front door of her Victorian semi, in an area of Birmingham well known for Arts & Craft. The house was built in 1882. "The colours in my photo do not really do it justice, they are very vivid."
Found on EDGE STAINED GLASS web site, West Midlands.
Hidden depths. It takes a while to see it all.
Detail of Bapst Library window depicting the Irish deity Lugh by stained glass artist Richard J. King
This striking modern window was commissioned to reflect the ideas of their community out-reach.
This is the best on #stainedglass we have yet seen on Twitter.
He comes off the web site of
IAN TOMKINSON GLASS ARTIST, Bedfordshire.
This is stunning Art Nouveaux window Art:
"Apollo" by Stanislaw Wyspianski.
It can be seen at the Wyspianski Medical Society House, Cracow, Poland.
What an interesting Art Deco Building, opened in 1911.
If you live in London and can get us a photograph, taken by you of the Michelin Man stained glass window, taken from inside the building, we would love to see it and show it here.
This photograph was posted by Amanda Slater with some rights reserved. We have cropped it a little to fit our page.
Found on Twitter: "Gorgeous stained glass window on the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail"
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.
Photo and information sent in to us by Ken Welch.
Click here for our Green Man page.
Our Message Board (Forum) has a new category: LATEST PROJECTS
This is an opportunity to showcase your latest stained or fused glass creation. It is anticipated that projects will be left on show for 90 days.
Newly registered members can post up their projects as soon as their registration is approved.
We list sites from world wide.
All traditional stained glass & fused glass URLs are invited for consideration.
For a URL to be considered for the registers of Studios they must conform to all of the following criteria:
The site is primarily stained glass
The premises location has been made known to us
Any studio MUST be manufacturing its own stained or fused glass items
Resellers of glass, hardware, patterns or products are not eligible for inclusion in the studio registers
You should note that this is primarily a UK site
All bona fide UK studios, professional and amateur are usually listed
Traditional stained and fused glass sites from abroad or overseas that subscribe, and that conform to the above requirements of manufacturing their own products, etc., will usually be listed
We reserve the right to exclude any site