One of my earliest panels and a good project for practice in cutting circles. I also learned from this project that it would be better to have the table lit from below or to use a light box so one can see the colors while assembling the piece. The way I did it on a dark table meant that I didn’t get the best sinuous flow of the veins of color in the glass. However, when unlit (which is how I saw it during the build), it looked like the hand of God reaching out from behind a waterfall!!!
Art is in the eye of the beholder. Whatever you see in the glass, the purples are beautiful. My next door neighbor, Peter Milne, brought me this glass from Alberta. Thank you Peter! Years later when he and his wife, Helen, moved to a new house, I gave this piece to them as a house gift.
80 pieces in total.