Honeycombs and Origami Cranes Dangle in Fragile Stained-Glass Suspensions by Lesley Green

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Phoenix-based artist Lesley Green, of Bespoke Glass, merges natural pigments and geometric shapes in her stained-glass pieces. Some of her recent work includes a trio of translucent birds that mimic paper cranes and circular pieces patterned with multi-hued rounds. Green’s yellow honeycomb drops, though, were one of her first completely hand-cut designs and are created in single hexagons and groupings of two, three, and four.

The artist said on Etsy that her light-refracting projects are the result of “considering (the) ways stained glass could be reimagined to be flexible, customizable and portable,” rather than a permanent feature fixed in a house or building. To see the delicate formations Green has available, check out Etsy or Instagram.

Honeycombs and Origami Cranes Dangle in Fragile Stained-Glass Suspensions by Lesley Green

stained glass, glass, and copper foil

Honeycombs and Origami Cranes Dangle in Fragile Stained-Glass Suspensions by Lesley Green

Demi round, stained glass and copper foil, 10 inches

Honeycombs and Origami Cranes Dangle in Fragile Stained-Glass Suspensions by Lesley Green

stained glass, glass, and copper foil

Honeycombs and Origami Cranes Dangle in Fragile Stained-Glass Suspensions by Lesley Green

Fans round, stained glass and copper foil, 10 inches

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