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Spectrum Waterglass is a natural surface texture created by stretching the hot glass sheet while it is still in a pliable state. The result is gentle, rolling waves that resemble the surface of a lake or stream. Ideal for backgrounds, water and sky scenes.
This multi-color streaky features a rich color blend, furthering the artistic dimensional impact of the Waterglass texture.
Photo above is a general representation of glass colors. Colors may vary. Sizes are Approximate.
Even More Elegant Lamps to Create. Whimsical designs from the Aanraku Studio are sure to light up any home with beautiful color and design. Includes outdoor scenes, animals, seasonal and floral patterns. Table lanterns are made with flat panels, so the are quick and easy to crate. All shown finished and in color. Images below from book. Insider tip Enlarge patterns by 120% to 130% to have a perfect fit with #7646 triangle wood lamp base (sold separately).
We are excited about the Late Summer/Fall 2014 line up of talented glass art experts teaching classes at Delphis Creativity Center in Lansing, MI. Each artist brings their own unique skill set and techniques that any student from beginner to professional artist would enjoy. Get to know each artist and their work, then see which class is right for you. Class sizes are limited so register now to ensure your opportunity to work with these amazing artists. Julie Hann For more than 20 years, Julie Hann has been creating inspired works of glass art. She combines engineering, design concepts and intuitive creativity to express her vision through stained glass, kiln formed art glass and mosaic mediums. Check out Julies work on her Facebook page, JHann Studios.
I got interested in stained glass by admiring the work of my wifes uncle this past Thanksgiving Holiday and am taking a class after the first of the year. I am at a crossroads however as my wifes uncle prefers the pen type cutter and my instructor prefers the "pistol grip" type cutter. My instructor states that better control is achieved with the pistol grip versus the pen type. These two opinions come from people who have been working with stained glass for about 12 years. I would like a non biased opinion to help make a decision on purchasing a cutter since I would like to spend enough money to get the best as I believe that a good cutter would make the hobby much more enjoyable. Thanks for your time. Selecting a cutter is a