Glass On Glass Mosaics

Kathleen Dalrymple

Kathy is a creative marvel and also
a consummate professional when it comes
to creating beautiful custom pieces.
Please peruse her available and sold pieces below
and give us a call to begin a custom art piece
just for you!

 

 

“Hill Country Homestead”
~stained glass mosaic on glass panel~
36″ high x 24″ wide
$995.00
Kathleen Dalrymple

“The Wildflower Star”
~stained glass mosaic on glass panel~
24″ high x 24″ wide
$600.00
by Kathleen Dalrymple

  “Starry, Starry Night”
~stained glass mosaic on glass panel~
21″high x 17″ wide
$395.00
by Kathleen Dalrymple

“Hiding in the Wisteria”
~stained glass mosaic on glass panel~
24″ high x 24″ wide
$595.00
by Kathleen Dalrymple

“Darting from Lily to Lily”
~stained glass mosaic on framed glass panel~
21″ h x 17″ w
$395.00

“All Aflutter”
~stained glass mosaic on glass panel~
21″ high x 17″ wide
$395.00
by Kathleen Dalrymple

“A Game of Cat and Mouse”
~stained glass mosaic on glass panel~
24″ high x 24″ wide
595.00
by Kathleen Dalrymple

“Triple Beauty”
~stained glass mosaic on glass panel~
21″ high x 17″ wide
$395.00
by Kathleen Dalrymple

“Floral Fantasy”
~stained glass mosaic on glass panel~
21″ high x 17″ wide
$395.00
by Kathleen Dalrymple

“Cabin in the Clearing”
17″ high by 21″ wide
$395.00

“Sunset Oak”
17″ h x 21″ w
$395.00

The two pieces above compliment each
other beautifully and would look great
in a single or double window!

SOLD PIECES
Kathleen Dalrymple is experienced
and adept at creating custom pieces of any size!
Here are some sold pieces
to give you an idea of her many talents.
Please give us a call or email to discuss
a custom piece for your home!
830-990-8160

“Window to the Garden”
30″h x 24″ w
SOLD

“Spring has Sprung”
36″ h x 24″ w
SOLD

“Flowers Galore”
21″h x 17″w
SOLD
by Kathleen Dalrymple

“Standing Tall”
21″h x 17″w
SOLD
by Kathleen Dalrymple

“Wildflower Wreath”
24″ x 24″
by Kathleen Dalrymple

 


“Texas Icons”
24″ x 24″
SOLD
by Kathleen Dalrymple

“Spring Beauty”
22″ x 22″
SOLD
by Kathleen Dalrymple


“The Boot Bouquet”
24″ x 24″

“Peaceful Evening”
24″ x 24″


“Texas Roadrunner”
24″ x 24″

 

 

“Confetti Bouquet”
24″ x 24″
by Kathleen Dalrumple

“Basking in the Sunshine”
24″ x 24″
by Kathleen Dalrymple

“Blue Moon Rising”
36″h x 24″w
by Kathleen Dalrymple

The Path to the Vineyard”
36″h x 24″w


“Guardian Angel of Flora”
17″ x 21″

“Garden Angel”
36″h x 24″w
by Kathleen Dalrymple

Kathleen_Dalrymple_VineyardView_36x24_995“Vineyard View”
36″h x 24″w
Kathleen Dalrymple

Kathleen_Dalrymple_StandingGuard_36x24_995“Standing Guard”
36″h x 24″w
Kathleen Dalrymple

Kathleen_Dalrymple_SundayEveningService_36x24_995“Sunday Evening Service”
36″ x 24″
by Kathleen Dalrymple

Kathleen_Dalrymple_TheEssenceOfTexas_36x24_995“Texas Icons”
36″h x 24″w
by Kathleen Dalrymple

Kathleen_Dalrymple_SpringBouquet_21x17_395“Spring Bouquet”
21″h x 17″w
by Kathleen Dalrymple

Kathleen_Dalrymple_PatrioticBouquet_24x24_600“Texas Bouquet”
24″ x 24″
by Kathleen Dalrymple

Kathleen_Dalrymple_abstract_22x17_395“Bubble Up”
21″ x 17″
by Kathleen Dalrymple


Kathleen Dalrymple SomeoneToWatchOverMe_web“Someone to Watch Over Me”
36″ x 24″
Kathleen Dalrymple

Kathy Dalrymple ChapelInTheVineyard 24x24 600 web“Chapel in the Vineyard”
24″ x 24″
Kathleen Dalrymple

Kathy Dalrymple TexasTraditions 24x24 600 web“Texas Traditions”
24″ x 24″
Kathleen Dalrymple

Kathy Dalrymple WildflowerWonders 24x24 600 web“Wildflower Wonders”
24″ x 24″
Kathleen Dalrymple

Kathy Dalrymple Happy Afternoon“Happy Afternoon”
36″ x 24″
by Kathy Dalrymple

Kathy Dalrymple Coral Sunset 36 24 1000 web“Coral Sunset”
36″ x 24″
by Kathy Dalrymple

Kathy Dalrymple Showing Off For The Girls web“Showing Off For The Girls”
36″ x 24″
by Kathy Dalrymple

Ron and Elaine Griffin

 

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Ron & Elaine Griffin

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Ron and Elaine are a very creative couple living in beautiful Austin, Texas. During a trip to Italy they touredRon Griffin Geometric Colors web
the Murano glass factory while in Venice and were intrigued by the process of designing, melting and shaping this unique material. Upon their return, they enrolled in a warm glass class and it soon became clear that glass was their passion. Both produce the artistic fused glass pieces and, because they are so in-sync with each other, they sometimes collaborate on larger works without missing a beat.

They have a multi-faceted design history; each schooled in proportion, concept and color. Ron is a retired architect, having designed medical facilities throughout the US and the Middle East. Elaine has developed landscapes, textile design and spatial concepts throughout her career.

Using “compatible” C.O.E. glass, their fused glass artwork is always original, vibrant and pleasing to the eye, sure to make a statement wherever displayed. Select pieces of their glass currently reside in places around the world, including Europe, Asia, Africa and South America.

Deb Wight

 

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Deb Wight

Deb Wight began her art career early, sketching everything fromDeb Wight WallJewelry web
cartoons to flowers in her backyard. Deb’s parents encouraged her natural talent as she attended Stephen F. Austin State University where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.

After college, Deb Wight designed logos for several projects, companies and non-profit organizations and explored different medias such as painting, pastels, decoupage and paper maché. Her varied career included jobs as a graphic artist, ballroom dancer, gallery bookkeeper, massage therapist, payroll clerk and computer programmer.

However, throughout the years of these bill paying duties, Deb remained an artist. Deb says “an artist I shall always be”.  Deb Wight’s passion is and will always be art. She believes everyone should have some form of art in their lives, whether you create it, collect it or just go out and appreciate it.

Here are some of Deb’s past pieces.  See her currently available work on our MIXED MEDIA art page.  Deb Wight is also available for custom work and commissions and recently completed a large stained glass project for The Center for the Intrepid, a care facility for soldiers and veterans at San Antonio Army Medical Center.