Penguins

We just found these suncatcher pictures of penguins that we made many years ago. The first one measured about 3 inches wide by 6 inches high. Enjoy

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Design by Carolyn Kyle

The following suncatcher is called “Goin Formal” and was a free Spectrum Glass Pattern¬†of the month in April 1998. They measured approximately 6 inches wide x 7 inches high.

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Design by Gerry Klein Sunshine Glass Omaha, NE

Just a Sip

When we first started to learn the art of stained glass we made this Just a Sip Hummingbird Panel back in 2000. The circular panel is approximately 10 inches in diameter, with an outer ring of clear glue chip glass. The blue background is a light blue Spectrum Artique #132A. We used a soft brass flexible U channel for the outside, with the channel and the solder lines all with black patina and polished using Clarity (Kemo-Pro) finishing polish. The design is one of the free design patterns offered by The Spectrum Glass Company.

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Design by Luanne Kane-Lead Lines S.G. Studio-Dunedin, FL

Butterfly # 2

Here is another butterfly # 2 made many years ago. It measures approximately 5 x 5 inches.

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Design by Donna Schulze

 

 

 

Butterfly # 3

While searching through our photos we came across this Butterfly # 3, which measures approximately  7 x 6 inches. It was made many years ago before we had a digital camera. Enjoy.

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Design by Donna Schulze

Elephant Repair 2016

A client in Calgary has had this Elephant suncatcher for many years, unfortunately the thin wire hanging rings that were attached to the outside foil eventually came apart from the sunshine window heat.

Luckily the piece was rescued before falling and breaking. We then soldered fine silver chain into the reverse seams, followed by patina touch up, cleaning (Kwik Clean) and polishing (Clarity Stained Glass Finishing Compound).

The Elephant measures approximately 12 x 12 inches. The original unknown stained glass artist did a great job in using Spectrum’s Glass, unfortunately with the soon closing of The Spectrum Glass Company their glass will eventually no longer be available.

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Designer Unknown

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