Fox Panel Kitchen Door Installation
We received a lovely message recently from a client who requested a Fox Panel commission and a Hare Panel for Kitchen door and Window.
This afternoon’s sunshine behind the fox door after torrential rain! The garden has let out a huge sigh of relief. Wishing you all a lovely Summer x
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 […]
“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 […]
Stained Glass Doors and Windows
Stained glass makes a beautiful addition to entrance doors, conservatories or transom windows. This stunning art form can personalise your home and add a touch of unique style. The possibilities are endless; it can create a stunning feature in kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, landings and hallways.
Choosing and commissioning a stained glass artist […]
I was delighted to see that my work had been featured in the May (2017) addition of Somerset Life Magazine.
Unfortunately I did not become aware of the feature until June! It was back in March that the Rachael Sharp a journalist for Somerset Life contacted me to do an interview; I was not expecting the […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]