Pixel-like stained glass window (273 cm x 268 cm) in 625 randomly arranged colours, created by German artist Gerhard Richter in 1989.
Untitled installation of four leaded glass skylights in the ceiling at Aird’s Lane, Modern Institute, Glasgow, by artist and musician Richard Wright, in collaboration with York Glaziers Trust – Britain’s oldest stained glass conservation studio.
Each of the four rectangular skylights house a steel frame comprised of nine individual panels – positioning within the structure specifically handmade glass. Cut at definite angles within an intricately designed lead-matrix to produce a three dimensional effect, the distinctively -textured glass interferes with the light to create a play on perspective through the use of light, reflection and the observer’s viewpoint. (press release)
Images courtesy of Modern Institute, Glasgow, via frameweb
Bus stop in Gaeta, Italy, with a vitrail created by artist Borondo, his contribution for the project INATTESA – art at the bus stop, curated by Memorie Urbane Street Art Festival 2013.
Check out this video about INATTESA project
Series of vitraux titled Shame, on the facade of Club K44, located in Athens, Greece, by Spanish street artist Borondo.
Artist previously feat. here.
A foldable paravent titled And A And Be And Not, made of dichroic glass segments by German designer Camilla Richter
previously: Sparkle palace table by John Foster
Agate stone Windows createad by German artist Sigmar Polke (1941-2010), for the Grossmünster cathedral in Zurich, in 2006-2009.
“Kolonihavehus” is a colorful stained-glass house sculpture @the plaza of the Royal Danish Library in Copenhagen, by New York based artist Tom Fruin. Found here.