Angus meets Goya
The Capriccios
Following the famous print series of 80 "Capriccios" by Goya, Mark Angus is currently working on his Capriccios in glass, commenting on the human meshes of power and imagination, fear and absurdity.
The Capriccios are planned to be shown in a touring exhibition from 2017.
The Capriccios

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West Windows: a proposed scheme of stained glass
St Mary's Parish Church, Walkley, Sheffield
Design work has been submitted for St Mary's Parish Church, Walkley, Sheffield, for a proposed scheme of west windows in stained glass. The scheme focusses on the perspectives of the women, and especially of Mary, within the life and death of Christ.
St Mary's Parish Church, Walkley, Sheffield


Oakham School Chapel, UK
Proposed Pupil Memorial Stained Glass Window
Proposed Pupil Memorial Stained Glass Window


Church competitions, Burgenland, Austria
Window schemes for the churches of Nebersdorf and Spitzzicken
On invitation of the diocese of Eisenstadt, Austria, Mark Angus has submitted his designs for two schemes for the village churches of Nebersdorf und Spitzzicken, in June 2015.
Window schemes for the churches of Nebersdorf and Spitzzicken

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New windows for Raheen Church, Ireland
New windows for Raheen Church, Ireland

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Competition work
Coburg Glass Prize
This work comprises three full sized sheets of Lamberts flashed glass, acid etched and enamel painted and illuminated as a wall piece.
Coburg Glass Prize


Perth Baptist Church, Scotland
Three East windows for Perth
The first large commission made in my new Graz workshop.
Installation end of February 2013.
Three East windows for Perth

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>>   http://www.perthbaptistchurch.org.uk/

March 2012 - Visitors welcome!
New stained glass studio in Graz!
Kastellfeldgasse 23, 8010 Graz, Austria
New stained glass studio in Graz!

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Berkhamstead School
New transcept window
The Making of the new south transept window for Berkhamstead School, Berkhamstead, UK, at the Derix Glass Studios, Taunusstein, 2011
New transcept window

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