Stained Glass designs designed and created by Brian Dickinson at Do-little Glass.
If you like my work, please consider buying or commissioning an artwork or lamp. Love working with customers to create something unique & special.
"Stag in the Mist" a commissioned artwork made of stained glass. Made by Brian Dickinson of #dolittleglass. Based in the U.K. Midlands. The white whispy background gives a misty cloud like appearance. The green Stag is made from iridescent glass which looks different as light changes throughout the day. This is my third Stag has been made for a family who have just moved into a new dream house. The first two were commissioned as wedding presents.
Stained glass interpretation of a Venard painting. Mirror behind the panel intensifies the colours and gives a effect. By Brian Dickinson from Do-little Glass.
"Slice of a Galaxy 3.0" A stained glass artwork created by Brian Dickinson aka. #dolittleglass One of a series based on a Space theme. Recently exhibited at the UK Astro Show. Mounted with a mirror behind the stained glass so that the artwork can be wall hung.
This dramatic artwork titled "Pulsar" is part of a series based on astronomy - Black Holes. One of my followers called it a Psychedelic Mackintosh. It's a large stained glass panel 600x600 mm made using the Tiffany method. There's lots of hidden reinforcement to give the panel stability.
Stained Glass Owl from #dolittleglass. "Owl in the Flashlight". Made using the Tiffany method. This design works well displayed as a wall hung picture or as window panel. Inspired by seeing lots of Owls. Street art, company logos and nature. Not forgetting the Harry Potter notion of sending Owls.
"Help Dad, there's a lizard in the bathroom". My daughter said this on holiday in South Africa. Actually it's a gecko captured in stained glass. It's presented with a mirror behind the artwork, this gives an exotic, glamorous look.
This artwork call "Family Cup" was created as a Commission. The only input I received was the favourite colours of each family member. Orange - husband, Turquoise - wife the other colours for two children.