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Date taken23-Jul-12 18:15
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The National Glass Centre Studi has produced a series of 9 glass wall panels for the foyer of the Royal Victoria Infermary Childrens' Hospital in Newcastle, NE England.

Glass Centre Studio team member Dr. Cathryn Wightman utilised her specialist water jet cutting skills to assemble the panels, rather like a jigsaw, from Bullseye glass. Elements were silk screen printed with glass enamels and then sandwiched between additional layers of glass and fused together in a kiln to produce the final resuly.

The initial drawings were made by young patients at the hospital.

the work was unveiled by Sir Leonard Fenwich CEO of the hospital.