Stained Glass Artwork – Simpsons Series

These stained glass artworks by Joseph Cavalieri feature characters from the Simpsons and come in time to commemorate the hit show’s 20th anniversary. The 7 Simpsons panels place characters in scenes of murder, death and dying. Something that could never happen on the series explains Cavalieri… “If Bart and Lisa really were crucified, they simply couldn’t come back next week on the series”

Stained Glass Artwork - Simpsons Series

The Death in the Playground – features Patty and Selma Bouvier, Marge Simpson’s older, unmarried, chain-smoking, twin sisters

Stained Glass Artwork - Simpsons Series

Funeral for a Friend – This depicts Marge’s death

Painstakingly created by New York stained glass artist Joseph Cavalieri, each two foot by three foot long artwork took three weeks to finish. “Each Simpsons work consists of up to five layers of glass, sometimes incorporating over 70 individual pieces,” explained Joseph. “My techniques include hand painting and air-brushing Reusche paints onto glass…”

Stained Glass Artwork - Simpsons Series

The Moment of Death

Stained Glass Artwork - Simpsons Series

The Reincarnation of Maggie

“The general public only sees stained glass when in church,” he said. “My challenge is to bring this awesome medieval technique out of the church and into people’s homes, for a new glass renaissance that everyone can relate to”

Stained Glass Artwork - Simpsons Series

The Countryman And The Sepent

Stained Glass Artwork - Simpsons Series

Death of Apu

Stained Glass Artwork - Simpsons Series

The Maid. Mr. Burns kidnaps the crippled Homer, kills Marge and takes her place as beauty queen

 

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