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 :)
Tuesday 27 and Wednesday 28 October 2015
Opening times: 27 October (10.00am to 4.30pm), 28 October (10.00am to 5.00pm)
Venue: Glaziers Hall 9 Montague Close, London SE1 9DD. Nearest tube station: London Bridge
More info? Click here..
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.
Part of an image, very gruesome, Cathedral of Saint Nicholas, Freiburg, Switzerland, by polish painter Józef Mechoffer (1895-1936)
Window seen at Skellefteá Airport, Sweden.
Posted by shootingstarzzz Ryan Dykil, an Aviation rather than a stained glass man.
A stained glass salmon. This panel was photographed at Weber's Pier in Oregon.
Posted by Julie Gomez @naturechronicle
Posted by ANNE MARIE MAVIE (Canada)
Her John Lennon: AWESOME. This is actually a mosaic rather than a glass panel, but too good to not be featured.
John Lennon is popular in the Americas. There is another on on our USA page!
See notice in Editor's section of the FORUM.
Our panel of the month, made by Glass Made Art, of Cambridge,
is a leaded panel made using fused glass elements.
It looks very different but should display in any computer.
Designed to keep us visible in Google.
This panel, by Caryl Hallett,
commemorates the Tour de France Grand Depart
in Harrogate town centre, NorthYorkshire.
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