Created as a privacy screen for a house in Dundas, NSW in 1992 this stained glass triptych uses a wide variety of glasses including *Lambert*’s streakies and silenium mouthblown for the birds themselves. Also a Bullseye irridescent for the deep blue/black. Such beautiful creatures deserved the most beautiful glass.

In my research for this project I found a beautifully illustrated 2nd hand book at a favourite store called *Tyrell*’s in North Sydney, sadly long gone. The original illustrations are by John Gould

Photo by Greg Piper


stained glass, residential, exotic birds, jeff hamilton, mouthblown glass

So I’m now in my 60’s [how did that happen?!] and I feel I’ve finally hit my full stride- thought there’s still a stretch ahead! Born and lived all my life in Sydney, and loving it. Graduated from the National Art School (Randwick TAFE and East Sydney campus) in 1974 with a Diploma in Interior Design, worked for 3 years at Taronga Zoo as their Staff Artist, then took an apprenticeship with the stained glass master Stephen Moore. In 1982 I left his studio to take up private practice.

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  • MtnRainbows
    MtnRainbowsover 3 years ago

    I love it!

  • Jeffrey Hamilton
    Jeffrey Hamiltonover 3 years ago

    thx Sandy

  • Ellen Keagy
    Ellen Keagyover 3 years ago

    Just Gorgeous! So well designed, love this…

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