30 11, 2016

30 Stained Glass Cutting Tips for Artists

2019-02-25T03:07:22+00:00November 30th, 2016|Artist, Artwork, Concepts, Cutting, Glass, Panels, Roundel, Windows|

I tend to think of stained glass or (art-glass) as a semi precious material – rather like amethysts or emeralds.  A lot of hard work goes into the production of this material, and it is becoming more and more expensive due to increased environment protection standards and importation fees.

Getting your glass cutting technique right can […]

25 11, 2016

Glass Cutter Reviews

2019-02-25T03:07:22+00:00November 25th, 2016|Artist, Artwork, Concepts, Cutting, Designing, Glass, Panels, Stained Glass, Windows|

In the Middle Ages glass was cut with a heated and sharply pointed iron rod. The red hot point was drawn along the moistened surface of the glass causing it to snap apart; due to the thermal shock created by the heat and the water. The Medieval glaziers were exposed to a high […]

9 12, 2015

Isle Of Bute Commission

2019-02-25T03:07:24+00:00December 9th, 2015|Commission, Concepts, Cutting, Designing, Drawing, Firing, Glass, Sketch|

The Stained Glass process begins with an image in mind or a photo. The Bute Hare commission began with a drawing sketch that was then re-drawn onto paper template with an emphasis of the customers requirements and elements to the region of Scotlands Island of Bute. […]