(2018) stained glass (opalescent green, Caribbean blue, opalescent blue, grey with white wispy streaks, baroque grey clear, baroque burgundy clear, rippled red, orange, opalescent orange, opalescent brown), clear glass cabs, yellow glass cabs, copper foil, brass dragon-fly wing metal stampings, lead solder, iron rods.
I finally finished the bay window in the bedroom with the last Koi carp glass panel. The entire assembly is now complete and gives the room a really beautiful under-water light and feel. Love how the colors glow and sparkle when the late afternoon sun hits the glass.
Other images and close ups-of some of the panels:
amazing work! wow it must be wonderful, to have this in a place wrehe you're living...
I must admit, it's really nice to wake up to every morning and then have the afternoon sun make the little glass cabs sparkle...
How I want to see your house! While you've said before that it's a boring old tract house, I have a hard time believing that your art doesn't transform it into a palace!
Thank you! I must admit I really love our bedroom now. It's awesome to wake to daylight seeping into the window panels and making you feel like you are floating in the middle of a lake... Great way to start the day.
This is so beautiful.
Thanks so much! I am very happy I was able to finish it. The glass company that made the blue-grey glass went out of business at some point and I had the hardest time getting enough supply to complete the water...
Yay! Looks great!
*WOW*, that's absolutely amazing! We should not be at all surprised that you had the patience to make this, considering you have the patience to do all that beading!
Wow, what a project! Looks great! So pretty!
Its beautiful! Good job!
Absolutely beautiful! It must positively glow in sunlight
Thank you! I was able to replace the photo with something better this afternoon!
It's gorgeous! Thank you for posting the picture of the finished work.
Oh wow! That turned out fantastic!
Thank you! I am really happy about it. Definitely the biggest piece I've ever attempted.
Beautiful work, Eleonore. Wow.