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Peveril of the Peak is one of Manchester’s most celebrated pubs, not least because of its two tone green tiled exterior. It’s the only ‘detached’ pub in Manchester city centre. You can walk right around it. It dates from the early 19th century and is said to be named after a stagecoach that used to run from Manchester across the Pennines. It’s an architectural gem. Outside there are those wonderful tiles and ornamental details. Inside there are original wooden benches, stained glass, etched mirrors and bells

Even though I helped a bit, the author of this etching is Afsaneh Nabifar.

Wootton St Lawrence Church window which is clear glass etched with a picture of the local manor. Through the window can be seen the pews and the windows on the opposite side of the nave plus the reflection of the graveyard in the setting sun. See the next picture for the full size version.

"With the exception of the tower the whole of the church was rebuilt and the south aisle added in 1863, but the old work re-used shows that there was a 12th-century building which had a north aisle with an arcade of three bays. In the chancel and south aisle are some early 14th-century windows, and the tower as it now stands is probably in part of the same period."

www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/hants/vol4/pp239-242

Happy Textural Tuesday ;o)

Shot yesterday - it looks like the finest etching on glass, produced by a world-class etcher. A simple photo of the ice formation on the car windscreen! 10 minutes later it had all melted! Nature really is the ultimate artist ;o)

My Textural Tuesday set here: Elisa Textural Tuesday

Macro Mondays: Glass.

 

A less than 3" view of an etched, clear sherry decanter with an overlay of rich pink paint, back-lit with a mag flashlight.

 

Please don't use this image on websites, blogs, etc. without my permission.

oxford street, london;

 

i'll be off for a couple of weeks.

see you in early july. enjoy world cup!!

Peveril of the Peak is one of Manchester’s most celebrated pubs, not least because of its two tone green tiled exterior. It’s the only ‘detached’ pub in Manchester city centre. You can walk right around it.

 

It dates from the early 19th century and is said to be named after a stagecoach that used to run from Manchester across the Pennines. It’s an architectural gem. Outside there are those wonderful tiles and ornamental details. Inside there are original wooden benches, stained glass, etched mirrors and bells.

At the Rückle Glassworks near Nižbor, Czech Republic

Christkindlmarket

Daley Plaza

Chicago, IL

Glass-Etched laurel wreath in front of a CD reflecting rainbow colors from an LED.

 

[C13957] Alt Tags: Canon Rebel T3i EOS 600D

Square Glass Etched Ferry illuminated w/black stand 5.5"

This is my contribution to Macro Mondays theme of Glass; The Royal Air Force Motto etched onto a crystal glass decanter. Per Ardua ad Astra translates "Through Adversity to the Stars" HMM

Vancouver International Airport (YVR)

 

One of the newer pieces at YVR, this awesome artwork was unveiled at the opening of the A-B Connector at YVR in January of 2015.

 

These two innovative glass-etched poles reference the power and abundance of river systems. In particular it is a monument to the Columbia River and Fraser River which carried a wealth of many ancient names from the Indigenous Nations that fished and managed them. Nicolson seeks to depict the declining fish runs and the flooding in 1957 of thousands of pictographs at the Celilo Falls site in Washington State as a result of the construction of the Dalles Dam on the Columbia River. This work reasserts the submerged histories told by those pictographs, bringing them back to life symbolically.

 

Each pole is a cut through of the river system, with the top of the column representing the surface and the bottom of the column the riverbed. There are pictograph-like images of humans, fish, wildlife and water; each pole unique in order to portray a different history. Perched atop both poles are carved and painted red cedar eagles acting as witnesses.

(Ten Stunning Works of Art at YVR, February 5, 2016 · Chris,

YVR Stories)

Wine glass etched with spider. This is the front.

www.nolacuisine.com/2005/08/20/muffuletta-olive-salad-rec...

 

Spring cleaning menu #3: muffalettas made with olive salad composed of those six half empty bottles of olives (green and black), roast peppers, giardinara, and capers hanging in the fridge.

 

This salad is a little sourer than I would wish. I think I'll add more olive oil and oregano.

 

I am saving the jars and wish to etch them with glass etching cream and reusable letter stencils to store staples.

painting - Ernst Ludwig Kirchner - Potsdamer Platz

Overlay for a glass etching.

Glass etched globe in our living room in Pasadena, California

Check it out on Etsy!

 

•1 of a kind

•10" x 32" (frame included)

•3/8" thick glass

•Illustration is Etched and Back-painted

•Fully Illuminated

•Option to Hold, Flash, and Fade between Red/Green/Blue/White/Orange/Yellow/Cyan/Purple lights

•Custom hand-crafted cedar wood frame

 

Buddha has taught us all many things. He once said that "What we are today comes from our thoughts of yesterday, and our present thoughts build our life of tomorrow: Our life is the creation of our mind." The artists at the Black Art Society like to expound on this teaching by transforming the creations of our minds into beautiful works of art.

Glass etching was a difficult but rewarding process. With its fragility, glass only allows the finest and subtlest marks to be made. Yet, illuminated, these fine and subtle marks can submerge viewers in a highly atmospheric environment. This work contributed to my exploration into the idea of absence and presence.

 

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I surprised Jason this Valentine's day with a crafty project!

 

We had previously agreed not to do anything special for each other this Valentine's day with our trip coming up in April and the holidays not being that long ago. That, and we do nice things for each other all year long. There is no reason for one (made up) day to be any more special than a regular day.

 

I saw this website about glass etching stuff you can buy at any hobby store and I thought it would be such a fun idea! I get to be creative daily with this project, but Jason doesn't get to very often and I know he enjoys it. I bought the glass etching stuff and a few stencils and surprised him after work.

 

We have a BUNCH of stemless wine glasses that were leftover from our wedding 3 years ago. We used them as part of the centerpieces on the tables and after it was over, I didn't want to get rid of them because they were perfectly good wine glasses. I thought this would be a fun way to create something new out of something old that holds sentimental value to us from the past. Now we have a bunch of fun, customized, stemless wine glasses that cost us next to nothing! Go Me!!

 

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Toronto has some truly amazing and unusual finds if you go off the main drag...

Glass Etching on Tumblers

A glass paperweight with delicate 3D etching...done by laser somehow.

On display this Saturday at the Bush Room, MIT (free and open to the public) for MIT's open house from 11AM to 4PM.

 

Please drop by and see what we've been working on the past two months!

 

The Hobby Shop will also be open to visitors from 11AM to 4PM. Ken and I won't be at the Bush Room but we will be at the hobby shop, so that's where to bring the giant bottle of wine you will be bringing.

  

Origami by Brian Chan:

mulberry paper

 

Case by Ken Stone and Brian Chan

curly maple, walnut (reclaimed from old MIT desks),

acrylic, glass

 

Glass etching by Peter Houk

 

Photo by Tom Gearty

My son-in-law loves his coffee so a coffee themed mug was a must for him!

Too Cold to be outside today.

Glass Etching W/ Ink

5x7

Reflections of the old Cathedral, in the West Screen ( glass etching by John Hutton ) of the New Coventry Cathedral.

The old Cathedral was destroyed during a bombing raid in the Second World War.

Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II

 

Grandfather on Farwell Ave and Windsor Pl, Milwaukee WI

Close crop of the effects of the glass etching on the candy appearance.

Sandy Sparks - Artistic Treasures in Madison, Alabama. I am honored to be involved in the first annual Madison Christmas Card Lane. My Christmas Card has a working twinkling lamp post, and 3D snow. I was born in a small town in Kansas. I met and married the man of my dreams, Colonel Ralph Sparks, retired. We have been married for 30 wonderful years. We have two children, Kelly Beasley, married and living in Louisville Kentucky, and Steven who is attending The University of Alabama. When we moved to Madison, Al in 2011, I was introduced to the Huntsville art world by walking into 16 Main, Madison. I was welcomed with open arms and was invited to paint a six foot butterfly for the Huntsville Botanical Gardens. After that I met wonderful artists in the community. I am an 11 year Breast Cancer Survivor and a big advocate of anything that contributes to finding a cure and helping others with this awful disease. I am an active member of The Painted Bra Project. I work in several media, techniques, and textiles in my home studio. I work with watercolors, acrylics, graphite pencils, colored pencils, chalk pastels, foam sculpting, glass etching, textural treatments, sewing, and wood burning.

Sandy Sparks - Artistic Treasures in Madison, Alabama. I am honored to be involved in the first annual Madison Christmas Card Lane. My Christmas Card has a working twinkling lamp post, and 3D snow. I was born in a small town in Kansas. I met and married the man of my dreams, Colonel Ralph Sparks, retired. We have been married for 30 wonderful years. We have two children, Kelly Beasley, married and living in Louisville Kentucky, and Steven who is attending The University of Alabama. When we moved to Madison, Al in 2011, I was introduced to the Huntsville art world by walking into 16 Main, Madison. I was welcomed with open arms and was invited to paint a six foot butterfly for the Huntsville Botanical Gardens. After that I met wonderful artists in the community. I am an 11 year Breast Cancer Survivor and a big advocate of anything that contributes to finding a cure and helping others with this awful disease. I am an active member of The Painted Bra Project. I work in several media, techniques, and textiles in my home studio. I work with watercolors, acrylics, graphite pencils, colored pencils, chalk pastels, foam sculpting, glass etching, textural treatments, sewing, and wood burning.

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