More glass work

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More Arts and Crafts glass work. Installed today. Two panels for the sun porch in a private residence on the bay in Orleans, MA. 80% salvaged antique glass. Period design to match existing work in room and around the home.

Back to writing now.

On a different note…

Finally finished this personal project: an Arts and Crafts light fixture. White-cedar fence posts rough-sawn into 3″ x 3″ beams. 1″ copper bands for accents. Over all dimensions are 48″ x 36″. Four, 6′ x 9″ panel lamps in a modified Roycroft design at each intersection, fabricated with Youghiogheny Restoration glass. The wiring runs through copper pipes to junction box above the ceiling. (which is a shame as I purchased some nice, period cloth-wrapped lamp cord. But hey, at least I know it’s there) A Christmas gift for my wife, it was finally installed last night.

*whew*

Today is going to be a writing day.

Take Care.

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On the Table

My other job…

Two commission pieces taking up table space right now.

Client requested the pieces to be as period authentic as possible, so they’re based on a turn of the century Arts and Crafts design, and 70% of the glass was salvaged from antique leaded glass panels. Be nice when they’re finally installed. They always look better in context.

Also working on a line of medium size suncatchers/panels for my Etsy shop.But that’s for another day.

Take care and have a good weekend.

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From the glass studio

The winner of The Barrow Lover Celtic Stained Glass Giveaway sent me this picture. Apparently it was a perfect fit for one of their bathroom windows. Bit of Irish luck, that is.

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That in mind, here are some shots of recent projects. There’s a large door panel that integrated salvage from a smashed antique piece in the new one. A door panel with roses. A Cape Cod waterview. Two simple Victorian pieces for a guest bath and a Mission-style piece for a front foyer.

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Now… Back to writing about demonic possession, jihadists, Sci Fi Spec Ops teams, and crazed djinns in a shattered post-apocalyptic fantasy world.

Have a good weekend. Hope all your shopping is done.

 

Celtic Stained Glass Giveaway Winners

Apologies for the delay. Here are the winners of The Barrow Lover Celtic Stained Glass Giveaway. Thank you to everyone who participated.

THIRD PLACE – Christi Mansfield

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12″ x 12″ Foil wrap construction.
Picture taken form angle to catch etched pattern.

SECOND PLACE – Jessica Thomas

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12″x 12″ Foil wrap construction.

FIRST PLACE – Susan Shelton

Foil-wrap construction, the panel measures 20.25
Foil-wrap construction, the panel measures 20.25″ x 20.25″

Each of the winners has one week to contact me via email (ccglazier AT gmail DOT com) with their shipping specifics. If I don’t hear anything by May 12th, another winner will be determined for that particular prize.

Once again, a thousand thanks to everyone who participated, sent encouraging emails, threw FB Likes my way, all that jazz. Your support for my work means more than I can express.

*How were the names determined? I sorted the Amazon reviews by most recent, rolled a D20 (of course I did. I’m a gamer) and counted back to the appropriate review. Simple.

Down to Two

TheBarrowLover 2 eyesTwo Days remaining for a chance to win one of three Celtic Stained Glass Panels. The Fine Print is HERE, but the simple version is leave a review  for my Celtic-flavored ghost story The Barrow Lover at Amazon.com before midnight 30 April, EST, and you’ll be entered to win. One entry per person please.

A thousand thanks.

Foil-wrap construction, the panel measures 20.25" x 20.25"
Foil-wrap construction, the panel measures 20.25″ x 20.25″
12"x 12" Foil wrap construction.
12″x 12″ Foil wrap construction.
12" x 12" with 18" chain for hanging.
12″ x 12″ with 18″ chain for hanging.

And then there were Nine

Days left for the Celtic Stained Glass Giveaway.

Foil-wrap construction, the panel measures 20.25" x 20.25"
Foil-wrap construction, the panel measures 20.25″ x 20.25″

To Enter, simply leave a review of The Barrow Lover at Amazon.com before 30 April and you will be eligible to win one of three Celtic-theme stained glass panels. No sock puppets please. One entry per review.

On May 1, I will draw three names from the list of reviewers and post them here at the blog. Winners then have seven days to contact me with their mailing specifics. Failure to do so by 7 May will result in their entry being void and another name selected for the prize.

Any questions? Ask.

Thanks,
patrick t.

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