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The Creative moods stained glass studio Artist - Alison Mortiss



Member: The Australian Association of Glass Artists Limited
                Architectural Glass Design Australia Inc.

Public and Product Liability Insurance is used on all installations.

Complies with Australian Standard # 1288-2006


LEADLIGHT - Traditional:

Mainly used for panels that are inserted into doors, windows, & skylights but can be free standing/hanging.

A design is drawn up, from this the specially selected “art” glass is cut, ground and assembled within “lead came” to create the completed picture/pattern. After puttying and polishing the panel is ready to be installed.

All “art” glass is imported, mostly from USA and a small quantity from Europe .






This technique uses “art” glass to create not only panels but 3 dimensional shapes such as lampshades.

Following the desired pattern the glass is cut, ground, wrapped in copper and soldered together.



Specifically manufactured glasses that are “compatible” with each other are selected and used in these techniques. The use of a kiln allows for the manipulation of the glass to create the desired shape and design.