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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Glance at Glass: Waterville.


In our series: Glance at Glass, the following in particular is very close to our hearts.

With daring "fireworks" around the head and body and the intense blue, red and purples in these windows it makes for a very warm display.

Having been involved with extracting, releading and finally placing the three windows in to the then new church of Waterville, Co.Kerry in 1990, I grew very fond of the left angle in the bottom part of the main centre window.

In 1994, our own panel called Waterville Angle was heavily influenced by the above mentioned. With her out stretched arm I felt it was a perfect place to perch a Peregrine.

The lovely old Waterville church from which the windows were taken was tucked away under the fuchsia bushes. Well, that is how I remember it anyway.
It was a bit up the mountain slightly closer to the village than the new church. I wonder if it is still there?

The two side panels of St.Patrick and St.Joseph, flanking the centre piece are not shown here.
When in Waterville, these windows are worth a visit.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Gillian said...

Hi there, I love this idea of 'Glance at Glass' can you tell me how often you will posting this series - I really enjoyed the Waterville one and I don't want to miss the next one! Looking forward to it.

From a Limerick lady

29 May 2009 10:22  
Blogger Maurice said...

HI Jos/Daireen,
This looks great would love to hear more. Be sure and let me know when the next instalment is due.

29 May 2009 12:34  
Blogger Little Oak Stained Glass Studio said...

Dear Gillian,

Thanks for your comment.
Little Oak Glass is having the intention to post 10 'Glance at Glass'
entries in this series, on a roughly weekly basis.
Concentrating on stained glass in the County of Kerry initially we hope to highlight some of the amazing glass with which we are surrounded by.

Jos from Little Oak Glass.

29 May 2009 13:34  

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