T his panel was made for the front door of a home in the New Forest and features a kestrel – the common name for which is ‘windhover’. The panel is painted, stained and leaded with sandblasted details on the leaves. The text is taken from a Gerard Manley Hopkins poem ‘let me be to thee as the circling bird…’
‘Windhover’ 2000 Stained, painted and leaded glass panel 64cm x 75cm (calligraphy design: Liz Burch)
A. Finn and J. Madge, Windhover Cottage, Wood Green, Fordingbridge, UK.