Ann is a stained glass artist creating original works for churches, schools, hospitals, public buildings & private collections. Her work can be seen throughout Ireland & the UK as well as in the USA.
Each project is approached in a unique way to arrive at an original tailored response to the needs & requirements of the client, taking into account all the variables such as location, function of the space, available light, narrative & desired atmosphere to be created within the space.
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The BBC recently approached me about working with them on a project to celebrate the individual crafts that were used in the making of the Titanic. This short film is the end result.
Belfast City Hall Centenary Window.
1100mm x 3080mm
This window is a celebration of the many successes and achievements witnessed by City Hall during the past 100 years.
Included in the window are Titanic and the Harland & Wolff cranes, the “Thanksgiving Beacon” more affectionately known as “Nula with the Hula”, the “Big Fish” and the Waterfront Hall.
The aircraft industry is illustrated by the Skyvan and the first VTOL aircraft in the world, both created by Shorts.
The splitting of the atom was achieved by Ernest Walton in 1932.
Achievements in the fields of sport, music and literature are also represented and painting is represented by the John Luke inspired landscape in which we see a Massey Ferguson tractor and an “Electric hare” invented by James McKee of O.D. Cars Ltd.
Ann Smyth Stained Glass
32 Downpatrick Road
+44 (0) 28 9127 2411
+44 (0) 78 5875 1362