This week, by chance, I found the most fantastic programme on BBC iplayer, called 'Britain's most fragile masterpiece'. It is about the restoration of York Minster's Great East Window, which is the largest medieval stained glass window in the country, composed of 311 panels. The programme argues that it is an achievement on a par with the Sistine Chapel, only 100 years earlier. Janina Ramirez presents it as a window into the medieval mind and world view. Marvellous - do have a look.
I am a glass artist based in Charlbury, Oxfordshire. I work in stained and fused glass. I work to commission and teach stained glass in my studio. I open my studio to visitors during Oxfordshire Artweeks.
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