We were asked by a friend who belongs to The Order of The Eastern Star, to make this Celtic Cross as a gift for the incoming Worthy Grand Matron. It measured approximately 7 inches wide by 10.5 inches high and was symbolic of the WGM’s emblems. We use black cathedral glass with clear granite for the Celtic knots.
Design by Flory Wilkins from a photo submitted to us by our client
Our Boxed Alberta Roses have just recently travelled to Australia and Nova Scotia. The Alberta Rose is the official flower of the Province of Alberta and they come boxed as shown complete with a suction cup for hanging. They are a wonderful souvenir gift idea to take to friends and relatives wherever they live
We use Spectrum # 609.8 Clear swirled with Pink and White Wispy for the roses and various greens for leaves and yellows for the center of the roses. The roses measure approximately 3 inches wide by 4 inches high.
About 13 years ago we made this Universal Energy Panel for a Reiki Master in Southern Alberta. The panel measured 20 inches high x 12 inches wide. We used a granite light purple Kokomo (no longer in production) along with Glue Chip surrounding the symbol, complete with a 1/2 Zinc Came Frame.
Universal Energy Symbol made in Stained Glass by Flory & Bob Wilkins
We were asked if we would donate a piece of our work to The Central Alberta Constituencies – Wildrose – Classic – Golf – Tournament held on July 18, 2013 at Alberta Springs Golf Course located near Red Deer Alberta as a silent auction fun raising item.
We made this oval piece highlighted with Spectrum’s Pearl Opal Blue Yonder for the water, along with their Thunderhead for mountains and Inferno for the sunset sky. For the tree we used Uroboros Heringbone Granite Ripple with a Kokomo green amber surrounding the water. As the golf course is located close to Sylvan Lake we called this “Lake Sunset”
Design by Carolyn Kyle
Hi everyone we just obtained this very unique and beautiful piece of Bullseye Glass. Not sure when and or how we will end up using it but at some point in time a client will end up with it in a wonderful commission or a truly unique sun catcher. This is why we enjoy stained glass so much as we occasionally find awesome pieces of glass. Enjoy letting your fancies run wild as to how this could be used in a stained glass creation.