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Stained Glass Workshop

By Maria di Spirito
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Maria di Spirito
A Tiffany panel, with graceful oriental touches. Traditional elegance, in soft green and yellow cathedral glass, with a Victorian cherub in the centre. A colourful collage, with parrots nesting among exotic flowers. Making these, and other spectacular stained glass art, will be within your grasp when you take the finest workshop around. It introduces you to the basic techniques, tools, and types of glass, and illustrates the procedure for working six kinds of stained glass: Tiffany, Traditional, Collage, Mock, Etched, and Grisaille.

Suiseki

By Willi Benz
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Willi Benz
Learn to create a Suiseki collection ¿ the necessary tools, the places to look and ways to prepare them for viewingDazzling full-colour photographs display their beauty Learn which rock types best suit this art form and how to display them

Stencilling For The First Time

By Rebecca Carter
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Rebecca Carter
This user-friendly guide geared towards beginners takes you every step of the way, starting with the basics.Contains 25 different projects, each tackling a particular issue.Contains a gallery of designs by artists and professionals in the field.

Stained Glass Crafting

By Donatella Zaccaria
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Donatella Zaccaria
Over 40 projects from small sculptures to complex creations display the range of glass cutting and design techniques and explain in detail how to achieve stunning results.

Stained Glass Mosaics

By George Shannon, Pat Torlen
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George Shannon, Pat Torlen
Mosaics have become a really popular craftUsing stained glass adds a new elementStep-by-step full-colour instructions ensure success

Stained Glass

By George Shannon, Pat Torlen
Authors:
George Shannon, Pat Torlen
For the first time in her life, Anna is alone. She¿s left her husband and her adopted country and returned to London to start a new life in a house of her own. The house is large, unfinished, with a mysterious empty swimming pool in the garden, and a studio where Anna can make her stained glass. But no sooner has she moved in than the haunting begins. Anna feels her solitude is inhabited and fears that her mind is disturbed, filled with fantasy. She hears the voice of a ghost telling her, ¿I¿m in deep, deep trouble.¿ When she glimpses him, Anna¿s fears turn to certainty that this ghost lover ¿ real or imagined ¿ is a dream come true. Until the dream turns sour. For there is not one ghost in Anna¿s house, but three ¿ Anna is enthralled, obsessed with the ghosts¿ story ¿ visions of the terrible events of the summer before, events that led to murder. Who was responsible for it and why was it committed? As Anna¿s frenzy to know the truth grows it leads her into terrible danger. Can she extricate herself from this past that is spiralling way beyond her control? Now it is a question of survival ¿ hers or the ghosts¿. A gripping, terrifying, suspenseful read in the tradition of such classics of the genre as The Turn of the Screw, Wuthering Heights and, more recently, The Shining, Melissa Jones¿s third novel develops her theme of intimate jeopardy ¿ the mystery and elusiveness of love and its closest companion, danger.
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