In June 2017 this Eagle circle panel was given as a gift for The Most Worthy Grand Patron of The Order of Eastern Star at its Grand Chapter 2017 meeting in Calgary, Alberta. The circle is approximately 8 inches in diameter and ended up going to Pennsylvania USA.
Adaption by Flory Wilkins of orginal design by Paned Expressions Studio
From an Intarsia Wood design from one of our clients
In January 2017 we were asked to make a hummingbird oval to be given as a gift in June 2017 for the Most Worthy Grand Matron of the Order of The East Star at its Grand Chapter 2017 meeting in Calgary, Alberta. This oval measured approximately 6 inches wide by 8 inches high.
This oval ended up going to Florida USA.
Design by Flory Wilkins
We were looking through our 1,000’s of older photos and came across this pair of Canada Geese in a circle pattern. Unfortunately this is the only photograph of the piece that we have. If memory serves us correctly the diameter of the piece was approximately 10 – 12 inches. With the return of spring, lots of Canada Geese make Alberta their home to raise their families in our lakes and sloughs.
Our Central Alberta clients who originally commissioned these right & left facing eagles, intended on hanging them in their West Country retreat towards the Rocky Mountains of Alberta.
However for now decided to hang them on their living room wall facing each other.
These eagles measured 20 x 20 inches and were designed in stained glass by Paned Expression Studios of Edgewood Maryland USA from an intarsia pattern designed by our clients.
One normally sees stained glass hanging windows, however our clients decided to hang them on their cedar lined living room walls which created a stunning effect.
The first photo is of the left facing eagle, followed by the right facing eagle and the last photo showing them both in our client’s living room.
Stained Glass Panel designed by Paned Expressions Studio
From an Intarsia Wood design supplied by our client
Quite a few years ago we made these Whimsical Owls. The first one measured approximately 7.5 inches wide x 4.5 inches high. The second and third ones approximately 6 inches high x 3.5 inches wide.
Designs by Connie Eaton