Sartenada's photo blog / Blog de foto de Sartenada

December 21, 2009

Glass paintings 1 / Vitrales 1 / Vitraux 1

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In English:

These Glass paintings have been made on courses by ordinary people. Our winter is long and dark. All of the people do not want to look at their television all the time, but they want to learn things on many courses. So they go on some adult education collage once a week during autumn, winter and spring. When all the different types of courses finish, then there is an exhibition in April.

En español:

Estos Vitrales han sido hechos en cursos por personas ordinarias. Nuestro invierno es largo y oscuro. Todas las personas no quieren mirar su televisión todo el tiempo, pero ellos quieren aprender cosas en muchos cursos. Así ellos pasan a algún escuelas populares para adultos una vez a la semana durante otoño, invierno y primavera. Cuándo todos tipos de diferentes cursos terminan, entonces hay una exposición en abril.

En francais:

Ces vitraux ont été faites sur les cours par des gens ordinaires. Notre hiver est long et sombre. Tous les gens ne veulent pas regarder leur télévision tout le temps, mais ils veulent apprendre des choses sur differents cours. Ainsi ils vont a quelque école populaire pour adultes une fois par semaine pendant l’automne, l’hiver et le printemps. Quand tout les types différents de courses finissent, alors il y a une exposition au mois d’avril.

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings / Vitrales / Vitrails

Glass paintings 2 / Vitrales 2 / Vitraux 2

Stained glass windows in Finnish churches / Vitrales de iglesias finlandesas / Vitraux des églises finlandaises

23 Comments »

  1. Hello Sartenada, une préférence pour les vitraux fleuris aux lignes très épurées, un peu dans le style art-déco.
    Les longues nuits d’hiver sont une belle source d’inspiration ! 😉
    Bonne fin de journée.

    Comment by Marion B. — December 21, 2009 @ 17:06 | Reply

    • Salut Marion. J’suis heureux que t’as trouvée quelques vitraux interessants. Le dernière vitrail est aussi une peinture famouse. C’est: “L’Ange blessé” par Hugo Simberg.

      Ici dans Wikipedia quelque chose:

      http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%27Ange_bless%C3%A9

      Comment by sartenada — December 21, 2009 @ 19:50 | Reply

      • … Belle interprétation d’un tableau très touchant (notamment l’expression du deuxième porteur).
        Merci à toi pour le lien Wikipédia.

        Comment by Marion B. — December 21, 2009 @ 22:40 | Reply

      • Merci Marion.

        La peinture m’a inspiré aussi faire un poème il y quelques ans.

        Comment by sartenada — December 22, 2009 @ 08:43 | Reply

  2. Are such glass paintings common there?
    Here in Portugal the only places where it is usual to see glass paintings are in churches.
    There’s also one in one of the pharmacies in Melgaço, took a photo for you😛 :

    Comment by thelocalguide — December 23, 2009 @ 22:19 | Reply

    • Hi Thelocalguide.

      Thank You showing that great photo. I liked it very, very much. And to Your question. Yes, some private homes have them on windows and some offices.

      Merry Christmas.

      Comment by sartenada — December 24, 2009 @ 14:29 | Reply

  3. Good morning, Matti
    the page is presented again very beautiful and masterful. The colorful pictures and the brilliance to come very well expressed and enjoyed it very much. You are a brilliant focal point in each window. It is connected with a lot of work to produce the images. I especially like, scroll from bottom to top, the owl and the mushrooms. Even the angel scroll from bottom to top, like on the Figure 18 that very much. I like angels, you radiate peace and protection. Thank you very much for your comments on my web page and that I could look at your page. I will continue to try to visit your blog. I wish you and Anya, happiness and health to your daily routes.
    Dear greetings Christel

    Comment by Christel — January 6, 2010 @ 13:38 | Reply

  4. first of all congrats sartenada nice n different paintings. i would like to know how come you had cut the glass like owl or dog . have u used a stell frame or what… i am from india i really liked your work wud like to try can you tell me how ???

    Comment by kirithik — February 5, 2010 @ 08:51 | Reply

    • Hello kirithik.

      I am sorry that I cannot give to You answer, because I was not participating to this course, I am only a photographer.

      Comment by sartenada — February 5, 2010 @ 14:15 | Reply

  5. Bonsoir Sartenanda.
    celui que j’aime le plus c’est celui avec la girafe.
    mais ils sont tous beaux.
    Moi j’en fait pas,on ne peut pas tout faire.
    je te souhaite une bonne soirée
    a+

    Comment by frammy — October 26, 2010 @ 23:30 | Reply

  6. Bonjour Frammy.

    Merci beaucoup Frammy de ton visite et commentaires.

    Belle journée.

    Comment by sartenada — October 28, 2010 @ 06:17 | Reply

  7. Hi Matti,

    I’m going back through some of your earlier posts and wanted to tell you that this one is stunning! I’ve done a short stained glass course myself and it’s harder than it looks… you have some very talented people in your community. I delighted that you share their work to a wider audience… all credit to them for their beautiful works!

    Comment by kiwidutch — March 25, 2011 @ 08:41 | Reply

    • Hi Kiwidutch.

      It is okay every time for me if somebody makes comments on my old posts. In next April, I think that I can get more photos, because then winter courses are ending and there are exhibitions.

      Thank You.

      Comment by sartenada — March 25, 2011 @ 09:25 | Reply

  8. Beautiful art work! I like how you translate your post🙂

    Comment by Carol Dunnigan — June 17, 2012 @ 16:23 | Reply

    • Hi Carol.

      Thank You stopping by and leaving Your comment. Languages are one of my hobbies. If You take a look at “About me” page, then You’ll get more info.

      Have a lovely day!

      Comment by Sartenada — June 18, 2012 @ 06:48 | Reply

  9. This viewing of the stained glass creations by ordinary people is better than watching television, something I avoid….I especially like the last one. PS: Just took took some extra time to look around at some of your past postings.

    Comment by Mary Gilmartin — December 24, 2012 @ 12:20 | Reply

    • Hi Mary.

      I am glad that You checked my some my old posts. The last one is presenting The Wounded Angel painting by Hugo Simberg. We have great artists here, but they are not so known abroad.

      Thank You.

      Comment by Sartenada — December 24, 2012 @ 12:28 | Reply

      • Thanks for the link. I learn something new every day and thank you.

        Comment by Mary Gilmartin — December 24, 2012 @ 12:34 | Reply

  10. What a great idea. Beautifully done and photographed.

    Comment by Tokeloshe — October 7, 2014 @ 23:39 | Reply

    • Hi Linda.

      Some people have very artistic touch. Thank You commenting.

      Have a nice day!

      Comment by Sartenada — October 8, 2014 @ 07:22 | Reply

  11. I didn’t know this art was so developed in Finland!
    And this post sounds completely new for me….
    Thanks for the opportunity you give me , showing your photos!

    Comment by 76sanfermo — October 8, 2014 @ 08:10 | Reply

    • Chiao Anna.

      In Finland we have huge amount of courses, almost nearly from every area of life, which start in the beginning of September and end in April. They are very popular among young and “former young”. There are three main reasons why people love courses: 1. Teachers are qualified. 2. Courses are quite cheap. 3. People want to learn new things. Also Anja has many courses during this semester in addition to our weekly Portuguese course. Thank You for Your visit and kind comment.

      Happy Wednesday!

      Comment by Sartenada — October 8, 2014 @ 10:08 | Reply


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