Saturday, September 3, 2011




Here in the Marblehead House Library there are many books on decorating and specifically the Arts and Crafts Movement.  I copied this pattern for beautiful stained glass, added my own twist here and there, and added color.  
Visit Nadine for mare beautiful stained glass inspired art.

9 comments:

Ariane Reichardt said...

Dear Rachel,
delicious, your lightful stained glass! Gentle and lovely coloured.

And thank you very much for the interesting link... I like William Morris very much, means his work. There is a foreboding of Art Noveau, isn't it? And for example wallpapers are in Europe very trendy today!

I grasped into the history too... and its a rose.

Love,
Ariane.

Misha Lulu said...

very divine as usual!

Makeminemidcentury said...

I hope you'll frame that one. It's beautiful. The colours are fab.

Peggy Ray said...

Gorgeous... it would also make a beautiful textile.

♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

oh, arts'n'crafts, hey? the more i hear about your marblehead, the more i'm losing i'm marbles over just really wanting to have a walk there, alongside you and the kidz, and babble, and chat. oh.
fragile drawing/painting, rachel. the colours are perfectly chosen.

i've seen similar designs in windows, here in our bigger cities perhaps, and in holland, and england. (and in william morris' home in london, e.g., of course.)
n♥

renilde said...

I loved your favorite rose in the previous post and here is another pretty, pretty one, cheerful and fragile.xx

Patrice A. said...

o wauw
that would be
a grand window!
like nadine
thinking of william morris
love it!

jasmin said...

Others have already said what I was thinking.
Beautiful colours that would make a lovely fabric.

(I am hosting next week. - The 31st one, can you BELIEVE it?)

nice to see you all safe and sound from the wind
X

Milady Productions said...

Rachel,
this is lovely!
now you have to make it and take it to all of your homes!