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.
The artist says, "I liked the idea of a pattern or design flowing from the body to the skirt. From there I progressed into what my wife terms the "modern" style, a lighter and more streamlined design, yet still retaining such classical influences as fluted columns."
A stunning portrait. "Out of My Mind" draws with the lead and uses paint for the detail. Works beautifully, doesn't it?
This is a photo of the incredible stained glass dome "panel" of the world in the Christian Science Center in Boston, Massachusetts, called the Mapparium.
It is about 30' in diameter with a glass path across the middle.
Of course, the geo-political view of the world is stagnant at approximatelty 1935.
Although we found the photo on Twitter, the detailed information about the globe has been supplied by Tod Beall.
Who would have expected it, two Green Men just a month apart? This one, from Amy McCarthy is in Yarner Wood.
The wood, an English Nature reserve outside Bovey Tracey on the edge of Dartmoor, is being restored to a Western Oak Wood, and this Green Man in glass, is situated on the Nature Trail.
Added to our Green Man page in September 2013.
Found on Northern Star Stained Glass's web site (Tyne & Wear)
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