Stained Glass Windows

When I was 17, a very long time ago, I took an extension course at the local university to learn how to make stained glass windows. I loved everything about it – the brilliant colors of the glass, putting the pieces together, soldering the lead. Well, I could have lived without the cuts I got, but everything else was great! When I recently made my Leaded Mountains piece in colored pencil I was reminded of those days and how much I enjoyed myself. I’m currently working on another leaded drawing. This one is very similar to the project I made in that class so long ago, but without the sharp edges. I can’t wait for you to see it when it’s done!

 

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Before The First Snow Colored Pencil Landscape 5X7

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Autumn is my favorite time of year. In this meadow landscape I have tried to capture a few things that I love about fall. Come with me and visit a meadow stream before the first snow of the year arrives.  This original landscape is done in colored pencil on 100 pound paper. The finished size is 5″ x 7″ with an ample border for easy matting and framing. $20

You may purchase this drawing at my Etsy shop – Before The First Snow Colored Pencil Landscape 5×7

Blue Mountains in the Mist in Colored Pencil 8×10

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Blue Mountains in the Mist in Colored Pencil 8×10. Shades of blue dominate this mountain landscape, whisking you away to a misty mountain morning. This drawing is done on 100 lb. 9″ x 12″ paper. The drawing itself is 8″ x 10″ and ready for your mat and frame.  $40.

You may purchase this drawing at my Etsy shop – Blue Mountains in the Mist in Colored Pencil 8×10