This Guardian Spirit panel is about 16 inches wide x 20 inches high. We made this for a home in West Central Alberta in 2002. The client wanted soft shades of color to match the decor of their home. This was the 2nd large panel we made.
Design by Renee Martig
This Southwest Sun oval is 18 inches in diameter. We made this if memory serves us correctly in 2003 for home in Red Deer Alberta.
The photo is from a scanned picture as at that time we did not have a digital camera.
The blue glass is Spectrum’s Deep Steel/Sky Blue Waterglass and the red is a beautiful Bullseye, along with Glue Chip frosted glass and the center piece is a large circular bevel.
Design by Kathy Iles
We made this for a client as a Christmas Gift in 2008. It is a very neat design as is shows a baby dragon hatching from it’s shell. This design was on one of the pattern disks that Paned Expression Studios Inc. sell and their design work is simply outstanding.
Design by Paned Expression Studios
We made this panel hanging in 2006, it was approximately 12 x 7 inches with a scalloped metal edging. For the mountain and hills we used Uroboros Glass along with Spectrum Glass.
Design by Janet Schrader
In 2010 we were commissioned to make an address number insert for a new home in Central Alberta. The #’s were made from a dark brown Bullseye glass with clears surrounding which let in lots of light but prevent a clear view into the home from the outside.
This picture shows the finished unit before installation in the home.
The next picture is the design as seen from inside the home, we aligned the design sections to match the internal bars inside the dual pane window.
The 3rd picture is a view from inside the home, the address panel was put over the front door. With an elevated bi-level home the new panel also addressed issues of privacy especially during evening hours. The other opaque clears matched and complemented the existing door and side panel glass.