'The beginning: First, we wiped our glasses clean with cotton balls and alchol. The alchol was our best friend during the process because we could erase any mistakes before baking the glasses. Next, we drew our pictures on parchment paper, cut it out and stuck it inside of our glasses to trace onto our glass with. We traced with the sharpies.
Hinterglasmalerei, um 1900Darstellung des heiligen St. Martin. Polychrome Malerei mit Gold, ger. Bildgröße 30,5x24,5cm. -reverse glass painting http://www.pinterest.com/samuelchenal/peinture-sous-verre/
3 House Club, London: in the class about Byzantine art, children learned how to paint icons on glass, a beautiful folk tradition in many countries in Eastern Europe www.facebook.com/3HouseClub/posts/957545707605209 (References: Romanian icons: http://clasate.cimec.ro/detaliu.asp?k=3276A7CC23A44A1C8E42965FBD61CDF6 http://www.librariabizantina.ro/icoana-pe-sticla-nasterea.html http://www.pinterest.com/pin/533958099544511964/ Ukrainian icon: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/533958099544512385/