Thursday, July 2, 2015

The Water Garden

"The Water Garden" 32" x 19" Stained Glass Mosaic by Victor Nunnally 2015-$875.00
How about this beauty?

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

A Family Affair

6 stained glass mosaic school of fish plates by Victor NUnnally 2015
These fish plates would make a great collection in a window display.  All hand cut. 
8" stained glass mosaic fish plate by Victor NUnnally
21" Lantern Display by Trish Johns at The Promise.
The Promise is a creative family affair.  Located at 229 Franklin Street Fayetteville, NC.  Come visit us sometime.  Open Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m to 5 pm or by appointment.  Trish specializes in primitive art designs and has a special touch as you can see in this lantern with birds nests, vines, and string lights.  Her Wreaths are beloved by many here in Eastern Carolina. Her husband Alex Johns produces beautiful signs that inspire hope and patriotism.  He makes unique tree halls, potters tables, birdhouses, and other furnishings using old wood.  My mosaics blend well with the whole decor creating something pretty special and unique.  Come see us.  Our telephone number is 910 223 1155. 
75" x 38" American Flag by Alex Johns 2015
These flags by Alex Johns come in many sizes and stencilings....
A center piece by Trish Johns

American Flag stained glass mosaic by Victor Nunnally 34.5" x 24" $875.00

A Pair of Birdhouses produced by Alex Johns located at The Promise in Fayetteville, NC
28" stained glass mosaic table top by Victor Nunnally

21" stained glass mosaic lantern "The Four Seasons" by Victor Nunnnally

9.5" stained glass mosaic plate by Victor Nunnally $125.00

10" stained glass mosaic plate by Victor Nunnally $75.00

 JOurneyman #9 has found a place to hang in the front window of The Promise.  

A Mosaic Array by Victor Nunnally

18" stained glass mosaic table top used as a suncatcher $325.00 with a pair of 6" stained glass mosaic dragonflies plates $32.00

Lantern Creation by Trish Johns

48" x 22"Stencil on recycled wood by Alex Johns

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Doggy Diner and a Day at Golden Gate Bridge

18" Stained Glass Mosaic Lantern Doggy Diner Tribute Commission 2015
The North Beach Festival was going on so I decided to take the Journeyman to Washington Park and hang out.  Awesome day and crowds. I was asked to produce a tribute lantern to a popular West Coast diner called Doggy Diner. I asked the customer to send me a photo of the lantern lit because my camera had died. So, I will post more pics soon. The dog was somewhat of a challenge but I am happy... as was the customer.  Thanks John

24 x 16" stained glass mosaic window. "Serenity" by Victor Nunnally commission 2015
Thank you Robin.  I produced this piece in Golden Gate park and no one noticed.  I finished it at the Golden Gate Bridge.  I ended up antiquing the frame in a copper patina.
12" stained glass mosaic plate "Serenity II" by Victor Nunnally
I liked Robin's window so I decided to produce a complimentary plate to put in the NC gallery.I bet you think that tree is black glass but it actually a deep purple.  Place string lights behind it and watch what happens. 
Victor Nunnally being creative at the Golden Gate Bridge.  Thanks Ann for taking the photo. 
Ann and Victor
6" stained glass mosaic plate. "Blue Bird"  by Victor Nunnally 2015.  Small can sometimes ho;d a lot of weight

Putting up a new Show at Lovey's in Wilmington, NC...a delicious place to partake.  Thank you Donna, Karen, and Marie...and all the staff.

18" stained glass mosaic table top/sun catcher within a window box mosaic.

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

A Place in Time

13" Stained Glass Mosaic Plate by Victor Nunnally 2015 "A Place IN Time"-Gift

13" Stained Glass Mosaic Plate by Victor Nunnally 2015 "A Place IN Time"-Gift

Thank you Bob...

Eastover, NC

Amazing what happens while we sleep.  

Monday, May 11, 2015

A Stoic Reunion

10" stained glass mosaic plate. " Time Warp To Paradise" by VIctor NUnnally -gift
 Portland, Oregon has been a  place of tribal reunion.  There was a time when I worked and resided at a primitive Eco Resort on the Island of ST John.  It was called Maho Bay Camps. 114 stick built cabins nestled on a dense forested hillside connected by wooden boardwalks and hundreds of stairs.  It was a village of pure enchantment where the employees lived and worked together.  It was somewhat of a civil experiment.  20 years I spent journeying to and fro since 1986. It was there in 2000 that I wanted to start being an artist and to find my style of expression.  It was there where I created my first mosaic. I made this plate for the Art Director who had asked me to produce the initial piece.  She is here in Portland and I am about to go see her and her husband.  This is for them.  Maho Bay was something very special to a lot of people.  Unfortunately it's 40 year lease ran out in 2013 and the Angels wept as it was closed down and the property sold.  However, I understand a conservationist purchased the 14 acres and plans to keep it intact.  We are the Maho Tribe and there are hundreds (if not thousands) of us who experienced a lifestyle that proved to be wondrous.  Thank you Stanley Selengut, the founder and creator.  I have encountered numerous tribe members on this West Coast Journey.  It is great to see so many.  I painted an Oil Painting of Maho Bay.  I wonder where it is.

Saturday, May 9, 2015


San Francisco 2015

San Francisco 2015

Amongst The Bamboo

San Francisco 2015

San Francisco 2015

Journeyman #9  Stained Glass Mosaic Window fired up with String Lights 45.5 x 22 " by Victor NUnnally 2015
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Thank you Miss P for organizing a fundraiser for helping artists find affordable housing in San Francisco. Thank you JD for hosting the event.  A very nice evening and it gave me a chance to do a mini Art Show. I now have a commission for a rather interesting Lantern.  Let's see what I come up with. 
Driving along the Mt. Hood National Forest
Mount Hood, Oregon
Wow, The Columbia Gorge and Mount Hood scenic route is breathtaking to say the least!  What a Gem. Thank you very much Bob!  That was a fun excursion. 

Monday, May 4, 2015

A Portland Creation

"Hope" by Victor Nunnally 42" x 13"  stained glass mosaic window

"Hope" by Victor Nunnally 42" x 13"  stained glass mosaic window.

Portland, Oregon is quite a change from San Francisco.   A green city with a casual and easy going appeal, of winding roads and fascinating characters.  There is lots to explore in this city.  But downtown looks tired.  San Francisco is breathing fire right now with it's high end economy. They say it rains a lot here but so far the weather has been pleasant.  A great place to exist as an artist. Thank you Bob for your hospitality.  This Flower piece "Hope" was inspired by something I witnessed, something very sad and dark but, there is always hope that the skies will clear and the light will devour all that muck.