A number of years ago we collaborated with our scroll saw artist friend Allan Couper who did amazing work. His pieces of scroll saw allowed us to insert through the base a piece of stained glass then we used clear silicon to hold the base in place, this also allowed us to replace broken glass in the future if someone had broken theirs.
We used various colors of glass and as these Horse Silhouettes were free standing they could be reversed which provided another different silhouette view.
These 2 Grizzly Bears are nearly 12 inches wide, we used beautiful Bullseye Art Glass, and of course both bears are enjoying their favorite meal of fresh caught fish.
When we saw this tiger design in the Winter 2000 Edition of Glass Patterns Quarterly we knew that we had to make it. This was the first large panel we made and the panel measures 20 x 28 inches. We used a darker background which makes this Bengal Tiger appear more menacing. No matter how large the room is he is always looking at you. With the use of protruding wire whiskers and foil overlay stripes makes him appear very real. He has been featured on several websites in Canada and the USA and hangs in our living room. A truly one of a kind piece of stained glass that we have enjoyed everyday for many years.
Designed by: Leslie Gibbs
This design was enlarged from it’s original size using GlassEye 2000 – Dragonfly Software to 29.5 inches x 21.5 inches.
Designed by: Debra Ross