A kiln-fused glass panel featuring three focal late summer leafy trees on a teal and soft aqua background and with a copse of trees in the near distance with their leaves just showing a hint of autumnal colour. The panel is made from four different layers of glass and has been through up to six kiln firings at 810 degrees celsius to create the visual depth within the piece. The last firing is at a lower temperature to add finishing surface detail and texture.
'Woodland glade' tree panel
The glass is approximately 10mm thick so is a substantial piece whilst the panel (including the sturdy stand) measures 31cm tall by 21.5cm wide and the base of the stand is 8cm deep.