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Frans Wesselman

Originally I trained, and worked for many years, as a painter and printmaker. But in 1999, on a visit to Salisbury Cathedral, I was particularly struck by "The prisoners of conscience" window, painted by  Gabriel Loire (in the 1980s). Not having really ever paid much attention to stained glass before, I decided there and then to study the technique and try to make some myself.

One of the things that excited me was the way one can tell stories in glass, where the ephemeral quality of the material, part light, part substance, encourages the mind to make leaps of time and imagination.
I have made many pieces since and keep discovering new challenges, new ways to do things.

I have undertaken many commissions and am always pleased to discuss new ones, but I also have a range of ready-made pieces available.

 
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