Stained Glass Enter The Dragon Art Bruce Lee Limited Edition Hanging Window Panel
Stained Glass Bruce Lee Limited Edition Enter The Dragon Hanging Window Panel
Dimensions 35 cm x 29 cm
This Stained Glass Bruce Lee Enter The Dragon stained glass panel is a strictly limited one off edition. It was created using a kiln fired stained glass figure of Bruce Lee in combat mode during the famous fight scene in the opening sequence of the movie, and features orange robed shaolin monks in the background using orange oceanside stained glass, further complemented with an irridescant white opalescant stained glass foreground which shimmers with or without light. The sky is made with wispy blue streaky glass to add to the wow factor. Each piece of stained glass was hand selected and hand cut, ground smooth, then foiled and soldered. Can be wall hung too. I have framed this panel in zinc and have applyed black patina to the piece, and finally waxed to a high gloss shine. Black hanging chain attached.
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About the Artist
Welcome to my world of beautiful bespoke Stained Glass suncatchers and panels available in a variety of contemporary and traditional styles. Based in the UK, I have been making stained glass for over 20 years. My stained glass panels have the power to inspire emotions of joy. Transferring my s...