Kelmscott

Glass on the table by Sasha Ward

I have finished cutting the glass for the stained glass window I am making.

I have also started leading together the 91 pieces in the manner of a window made from fragments of broken glass, but more particularly inspired by patchwork quilts. The coloured glass pieces are from my scrap box of samples, experiments and breakages.

 

In The Brewhouse by Sasha Ward

   Samples of enamelled glass on the mantlepiece and in pieces on the tables on top of my plan for a stained glass window.  'Always think your design out in your head before you begin to get it on the paper. Don’t begin  by slobbering and messing about in the hope that something may come out of it. You must see  it before you can draw it, whether the design be of your own invention or nature’s.’  William Morris  ‘Art and the Beauty of the Earth’  (lecture 1881)

 

Samples of enamelled glass on the mantlepiece and in pieces on the tables on top of my plan for a stained glass window.

'Always think your design out in your head before you begin to get it on the paper. Don’t begin 
by slobbering and messing about in the hope that something may come out of it. You must see 
it before you can draw it, whether the design be of your own invention or nature’s.’ 
William Morris  ‘Art and the Beauty of the Earth’  (lecture 1881)