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 […]

6 10, 2016

Saw-Whet Owl & Red Fox in Wisconsin’s Forest

2019-02-25T03:07:23+00:00October 6th, 2016|Commission, Designing, Roundel, Stained Glass, wildlife|

Saw-Whet Owl & Red Fox in Wisconsin’s Forest.

The forests of Wisconsin are home to many creatures; among them are the Saw-Whet Owl and the Red Fox.

Although parts the forest are cut for timber it is good news that since the 1930s, much marginal crop and […]

28 01, 2016

Hares of the Winter Season

2019-02-25T03:07:23+00:00January 28th, 2016|Commission, Roundel, Stained Glass, winter|

Hares Of The Winter Season. In December I created the Yuletide Hare to Celebrate this time of year which was traditionally observed by the historic Germanic peoples. Later; going into the Christianized reformation it became better-known as Christmastide or Christmas. To Celebrate our moving into the New Year I began creating an Imbolc Hare Roundel. […]

27 11, 2015

Mr Hare gets his Ears & Head

2019-02-25T03:07:24+00:00November 27th, 2015|Commission, Concepts, Designing, Glass, Leading, Roundel, Stained Glass|

My recent commission is named Mr Hare of Bute in Scotland, i’m delighted to say the project has gone well and progress is made as Mr Hare receives his head and a pair of large ears.

The UK is well known for being a popular location for the traditional British Hare. […]