Donaghadee Parish Church is located in Northern Ireland and is a protected Grade B Building dating back to 1622.
Daedalian were commissioned to create two artistic panels to be featured in the Parish for the community to admire. The design brief was to create relevant artwork such as the Crucifixion and Resurrection, two very symbolic religious events.
Daedalian Glass Studios created and installed two glass panels which were made from low iron 12mm toughened float glass.
The designs on the panels were drawn by a local artist, Tony Whitehead. Daedalian then transferred the drawing onto the float glass and sandblasted the whole design apart from the geometric lines to enhance the detail.
To bring the artist's impression to life, the design was then painted/colour washed with 'epoxy glass paint' to give the glass a textured and 3D aesthetic. Crystal clear silicone was used to create bonded detailing of green leaves with fused elements.