Stephanie's Church Window

by Stephanie
(Columbia City, IN)

20+ hours. Copper foil and lead.

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Lee's Carousel

by Lee Johnson
(Alberton, MT)

I have no clue as to how long it took. Many hours. It was my first project in glass and self taught. I had watched my Aunt do glass over the years. It is in lead and I purchased the pattern (before the web).

I have carved a few full size carousels as well. Art is fun. I'm retired and busy!
Lee Johnson

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My Front Room (Cape Coral Fl)

by Ron Ruffner
(Cape Coral, Fl)

Front Room Windows

Front Room Windows





From the maker of "My Front Porch", we have moved to florida so I changed the theme. These 4 windows are done in copper foil and are 32" x 33" They face the street so we have a show every night.


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Night Out

Originally a foil pattern, I switched it around to make it work with lead. I like lead 10 to 1 over foil.

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Kitchen Window Panel

by Eriko Daniel
(Ohio, USA)

Kitchen Window

Kitchen Window

This is my first project. The pattern was inspired by Frank Loyd Wright.

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small window

by wilma
(the netherlands)

this one i made for my brother's new house ..i made it in foil and i was busy for a few months..but the result is not bad..

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Front Entry Wisteria Tree and Light

by Julie
(San Marcos, TX)

This is the largest project I have ever done. I usually just make lamps. The windows are my design but the lamp is a Tiffany Pony Wisteria that I adapted to hang. It took me about 9 months to complete, but I also designed and made 2 lamps in between working on it. It is foil, with zinc around the outer edges and copper strip for strength running through the pattern.

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Carousel Horse

by John McCoy
(Huntsville, Al.)

Carousel Horse done in foil, Approx. 22 x 23 inches

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Bright Sidelights

I made these for my son and his fiancee for their house. My sons, my husband, my father-in-law and various other family members and friends stick built the house from scratch hiring out only the electrical, roofing and few other things. The house has very bright colors and my to-be-daughter-in-law chose bright colors to go along with it.

The pattern is one of Chantel Pare's free patterns. I have been doing stained glass for about 25 years, although I had taken about a 10 year sabbatical. With these I almost bit off a little more than I could handle. But I remained patient with myself and persisted. I was very pleased in the end.

Although I assisted with other parts of the construction (painting, hard-wood floors etc,) the windows were my main contribution. Now I am on fire again to continue with the art.

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Lovely Mary

by Isabelle
(Texas)

I saw a picture on the cover of a spanish magazine and I liked it so much that I decided to try and recreate it with stained glass. It is done in foil.

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shamrock copy from a 35 year old design

by Robert Deeley
(Hamilton,ON,Canada)

shamrock made for my nephew, done with foil.

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Deep Treasure

by Valerie
(Boise, Idaho)

Deep Treasure

Deep Treasure

This is done in copper foil and I worked on it off and on for over one year. I love playing with glass. It relaxes me and excites me.

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Vitrage Nira Kimchi

by Nira Kimchi
(Kfar-Saba, Israel)

החסידה והפרפרים

החסידה והפרפרים

החסידה והפרפרים שלט שם משפחה במכבים רעות בית כנסת בקרית עקרון החסידה

Stained glass artist over 15 years of work. Lives and works in Israel. Between compositions synagogues, private homes windows and private gifts.

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Easter Morning

by KL Stained Glass
(Huntsville, AL)

My inspiration for this piece came from a photograph taken of the Gulf of Mexico on Easter Morning. The piece is done using the copper foil technique. It took me roughly a week and a half to put together.

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Door Panel To Match Porch Tiles

by Keith Robinson
(Cottingham, UK)

trying to decide which looks best

trying to decide which looks best

I am presently builing a door panel 58cm x 97cm for the front door of my Victorian House. I used Dragonfly software to design a panel based on the adjacent ceramic Porch tiles.

Its my first panel and I now realise that I have been too ambitious for a first attempt. I have also created many problems by not thinking through the design.

I can't decide on exactly the final design and this picture shows three possible alternatives.

Thanks to the excellent advise from Sue and this web site I will be re-soldering most of the joints, and may even see a finished panel one day.

Any comments on which variation looks best would be appreciated.

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