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  • Hampshire View, Alton 2011
    of a view from their house I have bent the rules a little by putting the wildlife pond in the foreground instead of in line with the walnut tree but hey this is artistic licence The dragonfly wings are cut in a very lacy looking glass and simply glimmer when the sun shines Our sweet little frog looks happy in the corner on his lily pad and I have used fusing techniques to give the field the look of a corn field with poppies It was a fiddly job as there are loads of different pieces of glass but well worth the extra effort I used mouth blown machine made and some of my own hand made glass within this panel The window Detail of frog Detail of dragonfly Window from kitchen Window from hall Previous Leaded Lights with Fused Glass Index Next Home My Portfolio Commission Glass Glass Courses Glass Repair About Us Links Contact Amanda Winfield Abinger Stained Glass Abinger Hammer Nr Dorking Surrey UK 01306 730617 UK Designers and manufacturers of traditional and contemporary stained glass Stained Glass Repairs If you would like to visit us please phone or email first to make an appointment and for
    http://www.abinger-stained-glass.co.uk/portfolio/leaded-fused/hampshire-view/index.htm (2016-05-02)


  • The South Coast, Guildford 2011
    designed the panel and then following approval from my customers set about cutting and decorating the glass The sea has had 6 firings to achieve just the right level of detail in fusing It s fitted just inside another window to obscure the neighbours brick wall gable end The window from inside Detail Detail Previous Leaded Lights with Fused Glass Index Next Home My Portfolio Commission Glass Glass Courses Glass
    http://www.abinger-stained-glass.co.uk/portfolio/leaded-fused/south-coast/index.htm (2016-05-02)

  • Silver Birches Surrey Hills Landscape 2011
    and took notes and it seemed as if I were meant to make this window for her Some months later I came up with a design which essentially is the one I made with a few tweaks here and there My customer even came in for a few hours to help create some of the fused pieces of glass in the foreground The design depicts the gentle rolling Surrey Hills with Silver Birch trees I initially started designing with oak trees but this felt too obvious and so I changed to silver birches This has allowed me to use this wonderful white streaky opal glass for the trunks of the trees and this works brilliantly at night too as with face light the glow I have included a nod to the wonderful oak in the top right hand corner of the middle panel The glass is cut in a rich mixture of textures and colours all of which successfully enhance and are sympathetic to the oak within the building Nothing too garish or bright and plenty of soft tones In the foreground I have included some of my signature pieces of fused natural elements grasses and seed heads fused and cast in to the glass I have used a vanilla and a powder blue opalescent glass powder to create some of these images and this also will show up well at night with face light Making sure that not the whole of the window is a black hole The silver birch leaves are painted enamels fired in the kiln It took me ages to find just the right translucent enamel for the leaves and one that stays more or less the same colour which ever colour glass it is painted onto I ve cut the window using a lot of
    http://www.abinger-stained-glass.co.uk/portfolio/leaded-fused/silver-birch/index.htm (2016-05-02)


  • Pine Cones Transom
    has bags of character and then I have tack fused fusing at a lower temperature to keep structure and form the needles onto the background glass The result is a fresh sparkling pair of windows and I m happy to say that my clients are very happy Previous Leaded Lights with Fused Glass Index Next Home My Portfolio Commission Glass Glass Courses Glass Repair About Us Links Contact Amanda Winfield
    http://www.abinger-stained-glass.co.uk/portfolio/leaded-fused/pine-cones/index.htm (2016-05-02)

  • The Arctic. A free hanging leaded light with fused glass
    inspired to design a window to capture the beauty of the ice flows and mountains The panel is made using my own fused glass I create this using layers of powders sifted and then manipulated using a paintbrush pins and other fine objects to evoke the ice the reflections in the water This is then carefully fired and monitored to make sure I get exactly the right finish The larger pebbles of glass are then added and fired again to give depth and form to the piece I have also combined mouth blown thin opal glass with the fused glass and just to add a bit of umph there is a splash of Sparkle a machine made glass that catches the light beautifully and look like ice Then I leaded the panel together and included two hanging points at the top This is a piece of fused glass art that can be taken and hung anywhere The panel against natural background Against tracing paper Detail of mountains Detail of water ice Fused spur glass Previous Leaded Lights with Fused Glass Index Next Home My Portfolio Commission Glass Glass Courses Glass Repair About Us Links Contact Amanda Winfield Abinger Stained Glass
    http://www.abinger-stained-glass.co.uk/portfolio/leaded-fused/arctic/index.htm (2016-05-02)

  • Scottish Landscapes in Fused Glass and Lead.
    obsession with this pattern and number order It gives form order and meaning and is mind blowing in that nature replicates this sequence in many forms such as pine cones and sunflowers The colours of my glass are muted and all tonally similar yet all have striking differences I have cut mouth blown antique next to a wonderful Spectrum Baroque glass which is in turn next to pieces of my own hand made fused glass I have fused in silhouettes of grasses and other plants and beads or grains of clear glass which sparkle and glisten as if they are water droplets This is my favourite fused glass landscape to date The customer is over the moon and I am very pleased with the finished leaded light panels all of which were such a delight to make The panels in situ in the door and surround My own fused glass with some steel blue Spectrum baroque glass ready for leading Look at the rich mixture of glasses My own fused glass with machine made textured glass and mouth blown antique sheet Leading the panels Look at the fused grasses pattern in the bottom piece of glass The porch return panel
    http://www.abinger-stained-glass.co.uk/portfolio/leaded-fused/scottish-landscape/index.htm (2016-05-02)

  • Hearts in the Hall! Leaded Lights in Peaslake, Surrey 2007
    then cutting the pieces to fit Given a light fuse they still retain a 3 dimensional quality which means that as one moves they also appear and disappear A really lovely delicate solution and still gives lots of light into the hall Finished Hallway Details Close up on fused glass heart Previous Leaded Lights with Fused Glass Index Next Home My Portfolio Commission Glass Glass Courses Glass Repair About Us
    http://www.abinger-stained-glass.co.uk/portfolio/leaded-fused/hearts/index.htm (2016-05-02)

  • Warm and Wavy Fused Glass and Leaded Window, Sheet, Hampshire, 2007
    room In the panel I have included some kiln formed elements of fused glass to echo the paint finishes and the tiled flooring already present The result is a happy mix of contemporary design with the customers own colour scheme We love the result and really enjoyed making the window Previous Leaded Lights with Fused Glass Index Next Home My Portfolio Commission Glass Glass Courses Glass Repair About Us Links
    http://www.abinger-stained-glass.co.uk/portfolio/leaded-fused/warm-and-wavy/index.htm (2016-05-02)


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