When looking back on older projects, its sometimes easy to be over critical and pick holes to a point where you no longer fully appreciate the work that was done at the time. Fortunately, in re-visiting this large bespoke commission we designed and produced back in 2010, that’s not the case. We were and still are very proud of this piece of work.
Measuring approximately 8 square meters in area, it was commissioned by the owner of a private domestic residence who wanted to tell the story of their families history and heritage. Making use of extensive multi-layered painted and kiln fired detail and acid etching, the window depicts locations, buildings, people and events that are of particular importance. These include the rivers Tees & Trent, Lincoln Cathedral, Middleborough Transporter Bridge, rural Lincolnshire and the industrial north east and its engineering/locomotive heritage.
Our images show the completed window both insitu and as a composite on the studio light-box, rough draft and client presentation designs and various stages of the production process.