I just finished this stained glass panel. I drew this pattern over a year ago, and somehow it just seemed like there was something missing. When I recently came across some dichroic bevels, I knew instantly that they belonged in this design. I had a small piece of dark blue glass that reminded me of the midnight sky and was perfect for a border. The background glass is a heavy baroque design that looks like it is the wind blowing the bevels around. I love geometric designs, but I decided to break up the border to give it some interest and a more modern look. I made this piece using the copper foil method and used a patina on the solder that gives it a dark almost gun metal finish. To finish it off and make it a truly custom piece, I also made a custom frame for it. The pine frame is stained in a combination of stains that gives it a more weathered look. The overall size of this piece is 21.25″ x 12.75″ and would fit equally well in a modern or traditional setting.