Great Missenden Church, Buckinghamshire is a grade I listed building, dating back to 1780.
The architectural style of Sir George Gilbert Scott featured Gothic Revival with fine nava arcade interiors.
Daedalian Glass Studios were commissioned to create a glass partition in Great Missenden Church.
Daedalian Glass Studios were commissioned to design, manufacture and create a variety of glass panels for Great Missenden Church. Panels were created to partition sections of the Church and were made from 19mm toughened float glass.
Daedalian collaborated with renowned artist Nick Mynheer to design the artwork that appears on the bottom half of the glass. This design was plain sandblasted onto the front face of the glass.
The cross cast pieces were water jet cut and re-fired to soften the edges, the glass was then bonded onto the kiln formed centre panel. Coloured fused glass pieces were also bonded to the front face of the panels to add brightness to the clear partition.
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