pojagi stained glass

I am totally wowed!

This is a stained glass lamp my friend Jane made – pojagi-style! She emailed me after I wrote about the Korean pojagi quilting and said she’d been wanting to make a glass piece in a quilt style and that the cool broken feeling of the pojagi struck her as a modern alterative to a traditional quilt design. Isn’t it beautiful! I love it!!

Here it is unlit…

I also love her Mackintosh Rose box…

And this beautiful green panel that was the first (very impressive debut!) piece she did and was inspired by a Hiroshige woodcut.

Jane – you’re a stained glass har mar superstar!

14 thoughts on “pojagi stained glass

  1. Jo Ann says:

    I am in awe not only of Jane’s stained glass creations but also of the speed in which she created them.
    Hillary your blog is enlightening and inspirational on so many levels. Keep it coming.

  2. Jane says:

    Thanks! Hil! for putting these up, and Thanks! everyone! for the nice comments – I’m blushing. I don’t have my own website, but you can see pretty much everything I’ve ever made at my Flickr account which Hillary links to. Keri, if you or anyone is ever interested in a piece, e-mail me. We could definitely talk options.

  3. B says:

    Hi, I’m a new reader to your site. I really love your stuffed animals! Is there any way you can post a picture of kanga? I’m really curious what he looks like!

  4. kelly says:

    What a talented woman! Really beautiful designs and use of color. Now that I’m trying to finish up my mosaic, I can certainly appreciate those who work with glass regularly!

  5. michelle says:

    When I saw the first two boxes, I thought “that reminds me of the Mackintosh Roses stained glass I did a few years ago when working as an art intstructor at a private girls’ camp. I love the look of those Roses, Jane’s looks great. I’ve done a couple of paintings of them since then, since I don’t have access to stained glass equipment.

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