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The Creative moods stained glass studio Artist - Alison Mortiss

 

 

Member: The Australian Association of Glass Artists Limited www.ausglass.org.au
                Architectural Glass Design Australia Inc.  www.agdavic.com.au
             
                
                

Public and Product Liability Insurance is used on all installations.

Complies with Australian Standard # 1288-2006

 

LEADLIGHT - Traditional:

Mainly used for panels that are inserted into doors, windows, & skylights but can be free standing/hanging.

A design is drawn up, from this the specially selected “art” glass is cut, ground and assembled within “lead came” to create the completed picture/pattern. After puttying and polishing the panel is ready to be installed.

All “art” glass is imported, mostly from USA and a small quantity from Europe .

 

 

 

 

COPPERFOIL or TIFFANY

This technique uses “art” glass to create not only panels but 3 dimensional shapes such as lampshades.

Following the desired pattern the glass is cut, ground, wrapped in copper and soldered together.

 

SLUMPED & FUSED or KILNWORKED GLASS

Specifically manufactured glasses that are “compatible” with each other are selected and used in these techniques. The use of a kiln allows for the manipulation of the glass to create the desired shape and design.

 

 

 
 

TRADITIONAL STAINED GLASS PAINTING.