This stained glass window is perfect (in my opinion). It has a sense of quiet, solitude and mystery; and it is executed with clean lines, stunning colours and tree branches exactly how I like them. Beautiful.
“Winter Moon”, Stained Glass, 8×10 © 2005 Michelle Basic Hendry http://artscapes.ca/2010/01/27/landscape-in-glass/
Earlier in the month I posted some of my sketches and asked which was your favourite and the general response was in favour of the bird sketch. This was very interesting because I drew these sketches for my friend Cheryl who loved the bird drawing as well.
Here’s the final window:
I think this window is perfect for Cheryl. She is a genuinely fun, courageous, and beautiful person. She has four huge windows as a focal point in her living area and is looking to add more curves and femininity to her decor with a stained glass window, using a touch of blue that is accented throughout her house. Thanks for letting make this window for you, Cheryl! I had so much fun.
I’m very pleased with a few particular aspects of the finished window. I managed to cut the clear background glass in such a way that the swirls in it are continuous giving a smoothly flowing feeling. The moon in the window is mirror, so that the colours and feeling of her home will be reflected in the window. In addition to all this, it was my first time using the lead came technique, which is the dark border around the outside of the window. That turned out beautifully, creating a clean solid line for the window.