Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Monday, January 23, 2012
9 Panel Window Mosaic Tree Hall-6 foot. This has been on my to do list for months. I did a bronze with blue patina on the wood to give it an old time feel. Dogwood and cardinals seemed an appropriate subject. I wish I had created more movement in the sky. Overall, I am happy with this challenging piece. It looks great at my sisters store, The Promise in downtown Fayetteville, NC. 229 Franklin Street. I experimented yesterday with Glass paint and tried altering the skies color but I am growing fond of the yellow and may remove the paint today...if I can remove it. It was an experiment and a great opportunity to explore another realm in this art form.
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Saturday, January 14, 2012
12" Stained Glass Mosaic Plate: The Garden Series. Thank you Joyce. It was a pleasure meeting you today. Victor 2-15-2012-
The Cabin window looks awesome amongst the wonders of The Promise in Fayetteville, NC. It will only be on display Today. The Penny Farthing did not last long so I thought a signed 1st print original Photograph placed in a wooden frame would be an artwork. I will have to do the same with the cabin mosaic.
The Franklin Street Girls
Liz, Trish, and Elaine
Friday, January 13, 2012
This Mountain Cabin Stained GlassMosaic is a requested piece. I tried to create a Dawn or Dusk appeal. This window truly emits a warm glow and a lifestyle, back to the basics and enjoyment of life. This is to be placed in a window frame in an actual Mountain Cabin. Original 28" x 20" By Victor Nunnally
Here you go Jim. Another treasure for your collection.
Monday, January 9, 2012
I have been working on three projects. Here is one of them, an 18" stained glass mosaic patio side table.
This table is the last of the 2011 collection. Seeing them all together is a beautiful sight. I keep thinking that a person will walk in one day and buy all of them because they are some wicked artworks when placed together all aglow.