Ben and Meli’s front door

I have made 2 windows for the front door of  Ben and Amelia’s Victorian town house, though the door itself is from the 1930’s. The design brief for these windows was to allow lots of light though, so not too dark colours and they liked the idea of a simple abstract design.  I took my inspiration from the flow of water in a dartmoor stream and used blues greens and yellows to give a subtle colour scheme.  The results are very effective and although these windows were installed sometime ago  I only got to photograph them last week. I am glad I waited as the sun was streaming through the windows showing them in their best light.

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I am a stained glass artist working in Exeter and a busy mum of 2; trying to carve a path through the tide of washing and children's toys that stands between me and making beautiful things.

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