Scottish Fisheries Museum Memorial Room Sea Glass Window by Garth Sterne
These aren't really stained glass. My uncle, Garth Sterne, made them as memorial windows for the Scottish Fisheries Museum when he was curator there. They were made by collecting sand-washed glass fragments from the beach over many years and then gluing them onto glass. He also did one for the kitchen door of the cottage he and John shared. I do wonder if that's still there. This photo is by Pittenweem photographer Bill Hill.