This is a slab of crystal that has an ultra clear view that has had an eagle etched using a diamond tip drill to the flat surface. the etching has had a white medium rubbed into it to enhance the etching. Designed and etched by Australian glass artist and collector Peter Lupinski.
This circular lead-light panel of a unicorn was created using a Sue Daw design as the inspiration and is made with a brown streaky glass for the head and a caramel glass for the horn plus German hand made antique clear glass for the background with soft cream streaky glass for the mane. It was made as a class piece by Peter Lupinski in the late 1980’s at the then Worboy’s Glass studio New South Wales unfortunately now closed.
This little kiln formed bowl with a dolphin was made by myself using a microwave kiln and Bullseye glass cut into small pieces like a jigsaw puzzle and assembled on a disc of glass then slumped into a mould.