MiMi made this Epiphany Window to honor a 90 year fellow church parishioner and did it with style and grace! The completed work is wonderful in itself but placed on the wooden base that MiMi helped design, well, a picture speaks a thousand words, right?
Ann's latest Cross was made entirely out of various black Baroque glasses. Monochromatic yet vibrant, enlightening yet dark, it is everything all at once.
Angie's Pepsi Sign Window is the first we've seen of this pattern in a while now. Linda F made this years ago and it looked fantastic when it was completed and I have no doubt that Angie's Pepsi window will look just as great. Her colors are spot on and now I'm dying for a Pepsi!*
As I suspected, Bea got all of the background cut out and even ground for her large round Fleur De Lis Window. The yellow was a bit persnickety so she added a lead line on each side to make things a bit easier. You won't see those two lines until this has been soldered and I have to say that even then you will just assume that they were part of the original design.
And this week you can clearly see Cindy's Sunflower Window. I love that she's used assorted yellows throughout all of the petals that make up the flower itself. As I always say, "The more the merrier!" Stunning indeed!
As you can clearly see, Mary Grace's Lotus Logo Window is taking shape more and more each week. Once this is wrapped and tacked Mary Grace will add the text panels to it (which she has completed already) and then border it all together to make one large window.