This stained glass artwork, titled
is a free-hanging artwork that is probably the most intricate piece of
glass that I have ever done. I have won several awards for this piece.
This piece is copper-foiled glass with many lead overlays. In the moon
I have precisely matched the swirls
from one piece of glass to the next. This required that I glue all of
the paper pattens to the sheet of glass, then cut out all the pieces
without making any mistakes. The same is true of the sails, the swirls
in the glass flow from one piece to the next, but this time in the
opaque gray glass.
The background is a very soft "antique" textured
clear glass, so soft you can see the tree outside my front
window and the house across the street through the background glass.
Here is a photo taken with the honeycomb shade pulled down behind the
artwork. The glasses look very different in this low-light situation.
As you can see in this photo, this artwork
is framed in a natural walnut wood frame.
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