Wagga Art Trail

Wagga Art Trail

Deb has been working with Stained Glass for 20 years now. Her business Elegance Stained Glass has been an industry leader in Sydney since 1989, and has recently relocated to Wagga Wagga as a tree change.

 

Leadlighting has been the perfect marriage of my interests in architecture, art, colour and design, and of course the medium of glass. My work has been largely architectural glasswork up until recently. My new home here has re–ignited my dreams of combining stained glass with wrought iron in sculptor when we found an old iron frame from an upright piano on our land. All I could see was how amazing it would be it filled with glass as a garden installation.

 

I am venturing into working with different mediums such as ceramics, found objects, rock, metal, natural wood and crystals combined with stained glass as hanging and static sculptures.

 

I’m presently working on incorporating ceramic features into stained glass projects, stained glass hangings focusing on abstract and old style motifs, and insects, birds, animals and nature that have an ad–hoc and brightly coloured stained glass feature incorporated into them, where the accent is on the bright colours of the glass rather than the subject.

 

From there I will expand these ideas into larger garden sculptures utilising found objects, rock, iron and timber.

 

I am situated about 20 minutes out of Wagga in the Olympic Highway and 10 minutes from Junee. Look for the Wagga Art Trail Banner on the corned of Yathella Rd and turn left off the Highway from Wagga, and right from Junee. Our property is the first lane on the right, and signposted for the Wagga Art Trail.

 

The studio is open from 10 am to 4pm, Saturday and Sunday, with demonstrations of leadlighting, refreshments and pieces for sale.

 

Please note; Yathella Rd is also known as ‘Bronte Lane’ on GPS devices.

 

Elegance Stained Glass

36 Yathella Rd

Yathella NSW 2650

 

Ph 02 6924 6332.

 

deb@elegancestainedglass.com.au

Wagga Art Trail

If you love stained glass, Elegance Stained Glass will be joining the inaugural Wagga Art Trail on 19th and 20th March, opening the Studio doors for you to come and see how leadlightings are made.

 

If you’ve ever wanted to learn leadlighting, come and have a look and enroll in classes starting in May. There will be leadlighting demonstrations and beautifully colourful items for sale.

 

If you have an enquiry, contact Deb by email or phone 6924 6332.

 

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About Elegance

Add charm and heritage value to your home with individually designed traditional stained glass. Elegance Stained Glass offers a comprehensive in-home consultation that covers the use of stained glass, our personal design service, the variety of glass available, and installation.

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May 14, 2015

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Elegance Stained Glass
36 Yathella Rd
Yathella
NSW
2650

02 6924 6332

deb@elegancestainedglass.com.au

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