Beautiful Dartmoor Panels Finished and Ready To Go

I have finished my latest commission of 2 panels for the exterior doors of a Dartmoor farmhouse which is being renovated by the owners. They are off to the glazers early next week to be incorporated into a double glazed unit, to be fitted into the new oak doors next week.

I have reworked some older Dartmoor scene designs for these windows, I really like refining an existing idea, as I can always make them a bit better. I am very pleased with the results.

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5 Responses to “Beautiful Dartmoor Panels Finished and Ready To Go”


  1. 1 Shaz from Oddsox May 2, 2010 at 12.48

    Blimmin hec Amy – you work fast – we only saw the drawings a couple of days ago! You’ve managed beautiful colouring, don’t the swirls in the purple panels work well. x

  2. 2 Anna Bannon May 2, 2010 at 12.48

    Stunning, my favourite.

    LOVE the purple swirls

  3. 3 Stacey-Ann May 2, 2010 at 12.48

    They’re really lovely. I’m always amazed at how simple lines can be so effective.

  4. 4 amyorangejuice May 2, 2010 at 12.48

    Well they are only 20×25 cm! so they too about 4 hours, and I liked the photos, so here they are! Also, I have to get on with some more hearts! I still have 30 to copper foil and solder, so no time to dally!

  5. 5 Julie Luckhurst May 5, 2010 at 12.48

    As the panels are for my front door, I am absolutely delighted. Will take some photos in situ when doors are installed. Thank you for your inspirational work.
    Julie


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