Glass Manifestations is my personal contemplation of working (and playing) with stained glass, photography, and art and creativity in general. I reserve the right, however, to stray in whatever direction my heart and mind take me.
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Meet Dart Danger. He darts into danger wherever he finds it, and… uh… tries to survive??? Well, he’s still working out his super powers, but he’s been darting around my glass studio and has found a ton of ways to … Continue reading
In yesterday’s post, the definition of bevels included the mention of “geometric configurations (called ‘clusters’) for incorporation into leaded glass work.” Ah, clusters… The fun thing about clusters is that you have ready-made pieces that you simply fit together (with … Continue reading
One way to easily dress up a stained glass panel is to incorporate bevels into the design. While frequently used as borders, individual bevels can also be employed as standalone elements in the overall design of a window or panel. A … Continue reading
In photography, it’s not too hard to accomplish a blurred effect: just take an out of focus photograph, right? To make it artistic or appealing… well, that’s another story. In painting as well, blurring can be used to great effect. … Continue reading