beveled glass window is mounted over a door in Bel Air, California. I
side panels as well, but photos that were far enough away to show all
three panels always made the details come out so small that the beauty
was totally lost.
These are stock bevels... that means the client picks
bevel "clusters" from a catalogue. This is a less expensive way to
obtain a beveled look than using custom-made bevels. I have employed
both stock and custom bevels many times in my work.
It's nice to be able to give people the option. These
particular clusters come as separate elements, allowing me to design a
more unique bevel design while using only stock bevels. For example,
this bevel design is made up of five separate elements: the two
fleur-d-lis' (one on each end), the connecting "looped" elements, and
the fan-like element at the top.
The background is composed of two textured clear
glasses, which allow the light to come in, but diffuse it.
The glasses chosen for this project also give total privacy.
If you're considering a custom stained glass that includes bevels, read more about the use of bevels in my artworks.
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