Glow Home: Stained-Glass Art House: New York artist Tom Fruin put this piece on display alongside the water on a plaza in Copenhagen, at once an out-of-place abstraction and a contextual response to the multi-colored lights found downtown at night.
New York artist Tom Fruin’s outdoor sculpture Kolonihavehus in the plaza of the Royal Danish Library in Copenhagen has the appearance of a friendly and colourful stained-glass house, yet it also evokes thoughts of churches and Charles Rennie Macintosh.
Artist Tom Fruin created this vivid outdoor pavilion in the plaza of The Royal Danish Library in Copenhagen, Denmark. The installation featured hand-cut and hand-welded steel picture frames and thousands of reclaimed plexiglass pieces.
All Saints Church Denmead Hampshire UK stained glass window artist Jude Tarrant 01 | Window commissioned 2013 by Jude Tarrant of Sunrise Stained Glass Ltd, Hampshire. To illustrate Psalm 24 Vs 1: “The earth is the Lord’s, and the fullness thereof; the world and everything in it”. A celebration of the beauty of the natural world.
New York architects SO-IL have designed these coloured acrylic display cases in geometric shapes to showcase pieces by German porcelain brand Meissen in an exhibition at Kunsthal KAdE in Amersfoort, the Netherlands.
Peacocks and Peonies I, John La Farge, Smithsonian American Art Museum. La Farge pioneered the use of opalescent glass for leaded glass windows. This window and its mate, Peacocks and Peonies II, were once installed in a Gilded Age home in Boston.