Whilst I carry on cutting glass for the Wythall Window, I’ve started applying some glue resists to some of the glass I’ve already cut to prepare to do some sandblasting. The glue shows in the… Read more Wythall Window progress….Sandblasting resists →
Apart from some glass choosy-ness, (see earlier post), today was also great day working on a sandblasted screen project with Linda Norris – enjoying the intricacies of computer aided design! I find it much more useful to make a sample, look at it and decide where to go from there but the ‘ole machines do have their uses. These are some images of us making some samples and thinking about layering. The design is in progress but we’re using (amongst other things) tree imagery that we’ve got from walking and… Read more In other news.. →
The beginning of very important part of the process of making a window- namely looking at, choosing and just enjoying glass. I love it.
Following our successful Conwy Castle collaboration, Linda Norris and I have embarked on a smaller but no less exciting project to make a window for Skokholm Island, an island off the Pembrokeshire… Read more Skokholm Island Window →
Resurrection Garden Wythall, Birmingham
Just been to Ely- a great few days at a Cathedral I love for it’s rambunctious combination of Romanesque and Gothic architecture – blind arcading, colomns and windows. Bee-utiful stone, carving and… Read more Ely visit- much glassiness! →
Buses…that’s what my posts are like….nothing for ages and then 3 at once. The last couple of days away have given me non-internet space to doodle,to play with collage, paint, the… Read more and finally tonight… →