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Product description: This stained glass artwork depicting Buddha backed by a visual mantra is a hanging artwork that is currently for sale. This piece is both copper-foiled (the Buddha) and leaded (the background). The background is leaded with 5/32" lead came. This Buddhist stained glass artwork is 30 inches. With the natural wood oak frame (which looks black in this photo), the artwork is just over 35 inches. While the natural oak looks fine with this artwork, it might look even better if the frame were painted black to match the black glass in the background. For a small additional cost, I could have the frame painted black, with a glossy or a matte finish. This was a difficult piece to make. The intricacy of the design required a lot of calculating during the design phase. The colors look fairly accurate here, except for the blue which looks a little too purple in this photo.
 
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Buddha Stained Glass

Art Glass by Transparent Dreams Stained Glass

  • Shipping: $390.00
  • Product ID#: 18112
  • Dimensions: 35" width x35" height x1" depth
  • Weight: 20 lbs
  • Materials: Glass, Other Materials, Metal, Other Materials
  • Colors: Black, Blue, Brown, Green, Red

Artwork Description: This stained glass artwork depicting Buddha backed by a visual mantra is a hanging artwork that is currently for sale.

This piece is both copper-foiled (the Buddha) and leaded (the background). The background is leaded with 5/32" lead came.

This Buddhist stained glass artwork is 30 inches. With the natural wood oak frame (which looks black in this photo), the artwork is just over 35 inches. While the natural oak looks fine with this artwork, it might look even better if the frame were painted black to match the black glass in the background. For a small additional cost, I could have the frame painted black, with a glossy or a matte finish.

This was a difficult piece to make. The intricacy of the design required a lot of calculating during the design phase.

The colors look fairly accurate here, except for the blue which looks a little too purple in this photo.

Mark Stine has worked in stained glass for almost 40 years since his first introduction to the medium at age 11. Primarily self-taught, he strives to create artworks that are innovative, original in design, and precisely crafted. Mark has been a one-person stained glass studio since 1975, and has completed commissions for restaurants, hotels, houses of worship, corporate offices, and many hundreds of residences throughout the United States. Mark also creates one-of-a-kind stained and beveled glass artworks for sale. Mark has received numerous awards for his artworks, both at the annual Glass...read more