Jewellery, stained glass &
prints with a wildlife theme
Yvonne Barnett
Art & Crafts
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Email: yvonne.barnett@michaelcwood.co.uk?subject=Contact from website
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Email: yvonne.barnett@michaelcwood.co.uk?subject=Contact from website
Email: yvonne.barnett@michaelcwood.co.uk?subject=Contact from website
Email: yvonne.barnett@michaelcwood.co.uk?subject=Contact from website
Email: yvonne.barnett@michaelcwood.co.uk?subject=Contact from website
Email: yvonne.barnett@michaelcwood.co.uk?subject=Contact from website
Email: yvonne.barnett@michaelcwood.co.uk?subject=Contact from website

All images © Y Barnett

Stained glass detail, copyright Y Barnett
Stained glass detail, copyright Y Barnett
Stained Glass
Email: yvonne.barnett@michaelcwood.co.uk?subject=Contact from website
Stained Glass: Artwork and Repairs

Although I have tended to specialise in creating designs depicting bird species I am happy to consider other themes for commissioned stained glass work including adaptations of your own designs or more traditional pieces to compliment others in situ.

I also undertake repair work on domestic glass (lead or copper foil) if within 30 miles or so of Cambridge; please enquire for further details.

I’m afraid I don’t send out an explicit brochure of my designs because of copyright issues.  I rely on commissions from people who have seen my  work.  Please Email me if you would like to know where I will be showing it next.
These images show sections of a larger work (approx  900 x  320mm) carefully designed to depict specific aspects of the landscape around a family  holiday home in France.  The piece is a copper foil stained glass - the technique Tiffany  used to create his fabulous landscapes and lampshades.

The piece is framed in a plain brass channel for display in a bathroom setting with minimal fixings, allowing the work to be relocated with ease.

The stained glass adds privacy, colour and interest  to a neutral bathroom.  It also helps deal with the current view of a neighbour’s house (mainly brickwork), without losing too much natural daylight as it covers approximately the bottom third of the ripple-glassed window.

Stained Glass: 
Ardeche example