We are working on 2 large stained glass windows for Johns Hopkins Hospital. It’s a scene of the Chesapeake Bay, complete with a huge sailboat and a beautiful blue heron, and, of course, a lighthouse. Each panel has about 300 pieces of stained glass and we are varying the widths of copper foil, and the […]
4 Stained Glass Windows in Progress: The Grand Canyon in 4 Seasons
We are making great progress on the “Grand Canyon in 4 Seasons” stained glass panels. Each has about 200 pieces, and, as you’ve seen in earlier posts, some of those pieces are t-i-i-i-i-i-ny. Yes, we are using mostly 11/64th’s” and lots of 5/32nd’s” copper foil from Edco, in all of the backings. These windows need […]
4 Stained Glass Windows in Progress- – An Update: Grand Canyon in 4 Seasons
So if you’re wondering how we’re progressing on the Grand Canyon stained glass panels, they are coming along well. Here are some more pictures: The first 100 pieces on the “Grand Canyon in Spring” stained glass panel: Below is the Layout of Rocks for the Grand Canyon in Spring stained glass Panel. Doing this virtually […]
So What Do You Like Best About Stained Glass?
So what do you like best about stained glass? The thrill? The danger? Hot lead/solder, sharp edges…. The painstaking hard work? The glorious rich colors with the light streaming through? Chime in!