STAINED GLASS dalle de verre - Blue palaver
STAINED GLASS dalle de verre - Blue palaver
STAINED GLASS dalle de verre - Blue palaver
STAINED GLASS dalle de verre - Blue palaver
STAINED GLASS dalle de verre - Blue palaver
STAINED GLASS dalle de verre - Blue palaver
STAINED GLASS dalle de verre - Blue palaver
STAINED GLASS dalle de verre - Blue palaver
STAINED GLASS dalle de verre - Blue palaver
STAINED GLASS dalle de verre - Blue palaver
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STAINED GLASS dalle de verre - Blue palaver

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Vitrail mosaïque
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$1,700.00
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Stained glass windows made of colored glass slabs with an incomparable depth of light. The thickness of each slab varies from 3/4 to 1 inch. Each one is cut with a water saw and carefully adjusted with a sandblaster, according to a pre-established template. The next step is to break the contours of each glass slab with a hammer. This process is essential to give a spectacular effect in front of the light. A cement holds everything firmly in place and gives an antique look to the whole. A sturdy stainless steel structure was made by Robert Biron using Tig (argon) welding. 


The stained glass slab technique was developed by mosaic artist Jean Gaulin and glassmaker Jules Albertini in 1929 and patented in 1933. The link is almost natural between the stained glass, the mosaic and the glass slab. Several famous artists have explored this technique including Fernand Léger and Marc Chagal.


 


 The work can be installed outside. It will resist to bad weather as well as to frost. It must be fixed on a cement base.


214 x 54 cm (84 1/2 x 21 in)