Stained glass, art, stained glass artwork, copper foil overlay.
Art and Design
In a previous article, I have mentioned my view that stained glass work is akin to impressionism. We use the features of the glass to suggest detail in our subject matter. However, I often find that for some details, this approach is not adequate. For an example, see the scales in Koi, figure 1. It is also not always practical to implement this fine detail by joining large numbers of very small pieces of glass. In this article, I will talk about methods that produce effects compatible with the ‘lead’ lines of traditional stained glass, namely the use of copper foil overlays and wire.
Oddy, Robert N., "The Lead Line Effect: Shape without the came" (2011). School of Information Studies - Faculty Scholarship. 159.
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