Stained Glass Artist Angie Dibble, famous for her stained glass lectures, teaching classes in Somerset. Angie Dibble is the founder of Hare Moon Stained Glass, creator of commission glass windows, panels and a specialist restorer of stained glass window repairs at Churches, renovations and restoring glass artwork in the UK.

9 07, 2019

Stained Glass All Abilities at the Bay Centre

2019-07-09T20:22:07+00:00July 9th, 2019|Somerset, Stained Glass, Stained Glass Classes, Stained Glass Courses|

Stained Glass All Abilities at the Bay Centre

After a long hard search we feel so lucky to have found the perfect home for our stained glass classes. Our previous Somerset Skills and Learning Burnham center closed in 2017 due to government funding cuts.

We needed to find a new venue that could provide storage for our […]

29 01, 2018

The Dark Tower

2019-02-25T22:46:19+00:00January 29th, 2018|Fantasy, Movie Art, Science Fiction, Stained Glass|

“THE DARK TOWER”

The Dark Tower Stained Glass Door Panel

The theme for this unusual stained glass panel was inspired by The Dark Tower fantasy novel. The Dark Tower is of course now a major motion picture starring Mathew Mc Conaughey and Idris Elba, but my clients liked the vivid imagery that the Stephen King […]

13 01, 2017

Stained Glass Courses near Bristol 2017

2019-02-25T03:07:22+00:00January 13th, 2017|Courses, Stained Glass|

Stained Glass Courses near Bristol 2017

We have some exciting new stained glass courses and workshops for 2017. Why not try one of our courses in Wells or Burnham on Sea?

Somerset Skills & Learning are running courses and workshops in stained glass art and craft for beginners as well as the more experienced artist. It’s a […]

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 […]

30 10, 2016

The Art of Painting on Glass by Albinas Elkus

2019-02-25T03:07:23+00:00October 30th, 2016|painting, Stained Glass|

Hare Moon Stained Glass Recommends: The Art of Painting on Glass by Albinas Elkus.

There are a great many stained glass books to choose from when starting out as a student; but when it comes to painting on glass the selection is somewhat limited. Fortunately there is one book which is probably the only one you […]

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 […]

31 08, 2016

Wisconsin Fox Commission

2019-02-25T03:07:23+00:00August 31st, 2016|Commission, Glass, Panels, Stained Glass, wildlife|

Fox stained glass to go to Wisconsin. The circular window created for a front door in progress. Bespoke Stained Glass to Enhance Interiors. The unique beauty of a custom made stained glass window can add another dimension to your living space. Because light illuminates stained glass, it has a profound effect on the […]

1 07, 2016

Belladonna Hare

2019-02-25T03:07:23+00:00July 1st, 2016|Artwork, Commission, Glass, Hares, Stained Glass|

My Inspiration for ‘Belladonna Hare’ In 1662 Isobel Gowdie an accomplished young Scottish woman living in Auldearn Highland was tried for Witchcraft. Her story has been the subject of prose, drama, poetry and song. Maddy Priors song ‘The Fabled Hare was particularly inspired by Isobel Gowdie’s spell which was recorded as a part of […]

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. […]

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