This is a brand new, and beautiful stained glass pattern site has been created by my friend and fellow glass artist Kev to give us both the opportunity to offer some of the patterns we've both designed for sale. The Depot gives the buyer the opportunity to browse through the patterns and purchase them to make your own stained glass art! There is an option to purchase the patterns using Paypal, however, if you aren't comfortable or do not have a Paypal account you may contact us directly and we'll certainly work with you to make other arrangements for purchase.
We are offering patterns that we have created to date, and will be adding more as they are created. We'd also like to offer that if you don't see something that is just what you are looking for please don't hesitate to contact either of us for a custom design. We would both be very pleased to do our best to create the design of your dreams.
We are able to email these patterns directly to you, one full color pattern and one black and white, numbered format. So it will be a speedy transaction and you will have the patterns very quickly and can get started. You will only need to have them enlarged to whatever size you desire.
Please don't hesitate to contact either Kev or myself if you have any questions regarding a particular pattern or are looking for a specific design. We'd be only too happy to help you or answer your questions.
And above all, enjoy perusing our site, and please drop us a comment to let us know you were there and not only what you liked, but what you may think we could improve upon. We love feedback!
This pattern was inspired by a beautiful shot of my friend Becki's friend JB and his horse playing polo. It was a great action shot, just begging to be designed! I certainly hope that JB and family enjoy seeing this pattern. It was just a pleasure to do. The panel, if done, would be about 42" X 35"..not a small piece, and 467 pieces..probably many of those will be small..lol. At any rate, hope that you all enjoy viewing these nice polo ponies and their players! Cheers, De
These are my two newest patterns, with a big thank you to the kind owners of Desert Rose Arabians and my friend Yvonne for putting me in touch with them. These two portraits are of "Dutch" (head study) and Degas (the baby frolicking) With a name like Degas I'm sure he's going to go places!
I had a lot of fun creating these patterns, and the owner of the horses tells me that it's perfectly fine with him if I offer these patterns for sale. I would hope that they will one day be made into beautiful glass art!
More will follow because for the life of me I just can't stop creating patterns of my favorite animals.
If you are interested in learning more about Desert Rose Arabians please visit their website at: www.desert-rose-arabians.com. You will find some very exceptional horses on their site, along with many other offerings to horse lovers!
If you have a Paypal account (if you don't, sign up for one it's easy and free)you may purchase these patterns. The widget should take you to my Paypal account where you can purchase the pattern of your choice. What you will receive: I will email to you one colored copy of the pattern, along with one black and white numbered copy. It is up to you to have the pattern enlarged to whatever size is easiest for you to work with. "One caveat..these patterns may be used for personal use only, I'd prefer that they not be used for commercial use or marketed as your own finished works." That being said, I hope you enjoy seeing these patterns! Pisces Glass Works
I've been working with stained glass for 20+ years or so. In the beginning I took a class through our local recreation department. That got me hooked! For awhile I made beautiful stained glass objects for my friends and family as gifts.
After going through some life changes I decided that I needed to go back to my art. And now I have a beautiful shop/retail facility at my home. I teach classes and enjoy seeing how delighted my students are with their very first piece of stained glass.
I have made a transition to designing my own patterns and am able to design and create some very intricate designs using Glass Eye 2000.
I feel that I can design just about anything that a customer could want and truly enjoy creating something unique and unusual.
I hope that you enjoy your visit to my blog. And if you are interested in classes or having something commissioned, please feel free to call me at 207.653.2245.