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Saturday, June 27, 2009

Stained Glass Callsign update.




Thank you to all who visited us at our
gallery exhibition last weekend.
We truly enjoyed having you all over.

As promised I have put up a finished products
similar to that which you all saw on our
light box while you were here.

Also it was asked how long postage takes in Ireland.
Generally it will take a few days.
In case of the US it takes about five days
for the parcel to reach your doorstep from Ireland.
England and Europe take a about 7days on average.

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Thursday, June 25, 2009

Glance at Glass: Ballybunion.




Earley & Company started in Dublin in 1864.
They were not only concentrating on making stained glass.
As ecclesiastical decorators they produced sculptures, painted decoration and metal work as well.
However, their glass department must have had a good look at what Harry Clarke was making around the 1920s.

A lot of the stained glass in St.John's church in Ballybunion is of the same style made by Earley & Co. And it is sometimes a bit confusing to see a traditionally painted head or hand in an otherwise completely Clarke-ish reproduction.

I love this stuff though! Very much a pleasure to explore and research.
Designed with great creativity and endless detail.
Probably the most hidden feature in these panels is the choice of glass.
Many pieces are multi coloured and give the whole thing a richness which
otherwise could not be achieved.

A big WELL DONE for the unnamed artists at Earley & Co.

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Friday, June 19, 2009

Celtic knots.


Some knot work for a window in Tralee.

The fire painting on glass of Celtic knot work
is a delightful exercise.
If kept simple it is very manageable.
However, complicated designs are rather mind boggling.

Whatever way, it seems allways worth
including knot work in a window in the end.

Although not glass related, for great knot work
have a look here.

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Saturday, June 13, 2009

Glance at Glass: Cloghane


Sometimes less is more!

And in this particular piece, bold brush strokes still work
to make for a lovely soft end result.
At such close range it's easy to see, someone must have had
fun creating this.

The Cloghane church which is towering over the main road
of this well-tucked away village on the Dingle peninsula
is a lovely example of village churches in Kerry.

T-shaped, it very much reminds you of the one in
Castlegregory, only...different.

The stained glass shown here is a detail of one of two
windows above the choir loft in the back of Cloghane church.

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Saturday, June 06, 2009

SGAA annual summer conference



Little Oak Glass likes to
congratulate the SGAA with
their 100th Annual Summer Conference.

This will be held in
Oklahoma City June 17-20, 2009.

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Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Glance at Glass: Tralee.





With a population of approximately 25.000 Tralee has at least five
churches and a big number of people that attend mass daily.

From an architectural point of view it might be difficult to choose
a favourite church, but Glance at Glass is about stained glass.

St. Johns church in Castle Street is one of the three bigger ones.
The stained glass is of varying styles, a lot of it truly stunning.

The photo here is a detail of the centre piece of the main window.


Thanks for a well shot photo must go to: ThQ Vink.

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Monday, June 01, 2009

Stained Glass info.


Find a studio near you anywhere in the world.

Surfing the net we came across this great website.
For all things Stained Glass go to:
http://www.stainedglassnews.co.uk/

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