Tag Archives: vitreous paints

A Landscape (in portrait!)

Yep…. a Morecambe Bay landscape. To be executed in portrait format. (Very tricky) As you can see, I took my design and research very seriously… The bay.. I started with the bay and the cliffs receding in layers to fill … Continue reading

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Friendship

A gift to represent a lifetime of friendship… Two boys who grew up together and shared many happy memories… The family home and camaraderie in the garden… Fun on a quad bike and happy hours tinkering with first cars… Captured … Continue reading

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All mapped out…..

The Island of Anglesea was to be captured in glass for a celebratory birthday. Glass applique technique was best suited for the construction method to avoid the whole piece getting heavy with lead and solder, as it was quite dainty … Continue reading

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Itching to get scratching

As part of my commitment to my business plan and my on-going professional development I attended a ‘Glass Painting Course’ at Pearsons Glass in Liverpool. (Yeah, blah-blah.  Really, I just wanted to go!) I had touched a bit on painting … Continue reading

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