In the by M&M Stained Glass Studio
This project was a free hanging panel, measuring approximately 20" wide by 20" high.

The design is adopted from a portion of Louis Comfort Tiffany's 'Four Seasons' window. Tiffany created his window for the Exposition Universelle in Paris in 1900.

The panel was constructed using the copper foil method. 

The following materials were used to construct this panel.
     from Youghiogheny Opalescent Glass Company
       Background - Ice White, Silver Yellow, Green - 1054 SP
                                 Ice White, Pink, Green, Silver Yellow - 1574 SP
       Tulips - Ice White, Copper Ruby, Bubblegum - 1097 SP
                                 Ice White, Purple, Copper Red - 1499 SP 
                                 Neodymium, Dark Purple Blue, Pink - N376SP
       Leaves - Green, Ice White, Bluish Gray - 4676 SP
       Tulips Stems - Emerald Green Opal High Strike - 4004 HS 

     from Uroborus Glass Studios
       Tulips -  Lemon Yellow and Golden Yellow on White - 00-36 

        1/4" black-backed foil was used.
	    Reinforcement strip was applied to the top edge of the panel.
	    3/8" Zinc came, U-channel, to frame the panel, one 6' length
	    NOTE: two brass hangers were added to the frame for hanging. 

Project start - the glass bench, pattern set-up and progress
Project Completion
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