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8ft high stained glass window
This 8ft High 4ft Wide window shows many of the techniques I incorporate in my work.Traditional glass painting has been used in the Summer and Autumn Sections of this panel. This window was designed and painted by John Lindsay.
 Detailed top section
Glass Painting and Enamel paint give detail to the Spring Panel while Flashed Glass has been acid etched to provide details of the Robin and the Holly.
more detail  2nd top section of this decorative stained glass window
Hand made Flashed Gold-Pink glass and mixed textured glass help emphasize the contrast between the hills and the sky.
detail seeing through the stained glass at eye level
Plated glass in blue under the stone arches, give a particular detail and the figures are all depicted using Traditional Hot fired Glass Paint.
Hot fired painted detail of lower panels of stained glass window
Geese in flight in stained glass
Peregrine flacon in stainedglass
stained glass Primary school window
2nd Primary stained glass window
St Columba in Stained glass

Altar panel in stained glass


A 5ft by 4ft Stained GlassLeaded Panel with original Window Astragals showing through

A dynamic Stained Glass hanging panel of light and colour, using Hot fired paint and LeadThis is in the Wildlife Visitor's Centre at Montrose , Angus
One of a pair of stained glass decorative windows, designed and partly made by Primary 7 Pupils, at Ferryden Primary School, Angus, Scotland
All techniques were used to emulate the children's designs, including, Hot and cold fired paint, Silver Staining, acid etching, copper foiling and leading.
A 5ft by 3ft 6" Stained glass panel in a light box, depicting St Columba and the emblems of the combined churches.

Church Windows in Stained Leaded Glass

Explore the possibilities of beautifying your church with a new Stained glass window. Call me and I will come and look at your church and give you an indication of what it may cost to have a new window or Altar panel .

Altar panels in Stained leaded glass made in Scotland

This image was based on drawing given to us by the Church and adapted by John Lindsay to form this beautiful panel which hangs above the Pulpit.

Use some of these ideas to bring new light into your Church or Church Hall

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