newglassworksHello. This is my Blog.
I make Stained glass.
This blog is to highlight things I find on the web that inspire or interest me, in relation to my work. I will also post images of my work so I can hopefully recieve feedback good or bad!, so I can improve and hone my skills. I will answer any questions people may have, if i post a picture or work of yours and you wish me to remove it please let me know. I am of course open to commisions!!!
I am a 35 year old male living, working and playing in the north east of England.
Examples of my work can be found by pressing the 'My work' button on the right hand menu

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deborahsamantha:

Hipster Stained Glass - Modern Design

deborahsamantha:

Hipster Stained Glass - Modern Design

(Source: debbiebean)

diamantinery:

Victoria & Albert Museum

London, June 2014

ikimono-clips:

(500px / Contempory Art Glass by fredbishopbuiltから)

(Source: otononophotos)

There is a market on Sundays on the Newcastle quayside, so I decided to take some of my fused glass and smaller stained glass work to try and free up some space in the studio and my shop.  Sold a few things and handed out loads of flyers and had loads of nice comments about my work so a good day overall, although next time I will check the weather as it was a very windy day leaving me to hang on the gazebo for most of the day.

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http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g186394-d1048384-Reviews-The_Quayside_Sunday_Market-Newcastle_upon_Tyne_Tyne_and_Wear_England.html

http://www.newcastlegateshead.com/things-to-do/quayside-market-p477401

Stained glass door, featuring vase and flower.

Stained glass door, featuring vase and flower.

(Source: maraleverkuhn)

Lovely stained glass window featuring lillies

Lovely stained glass window featuring lillies

richwelsh:

Butterfly stained glass door panel extended from a window (1920’s) bought from Glasgow Architectural Salvage. Maryhill, Glasgow.www.rdwglass.co.uk

richwelsh:

Butterfly stained glass door panel extended from a window (1920’s) bought from Glasgow Architectural Salvage. Maryhill, Glasgow.www.rdwglass.co.uk

sciencefriday:

"It’s like a murder mystery. But its all about investigation, and trying to put together the story - what happened to this window, and what it should look like."

Mary Clerkin Higgins on restoring medieval stained glass to its former glory.

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