You are welcome to contact Laura to discussed and order commissioned artworks. Some of the art on these pages is still available, but if you see something that you like, she can create an artwork that pleases you. In addition to paintings, there are also stained glass designs, painted glass, mosaics, digital art, and more.

Alpine Sun Catchers

  By Pierangelo Tosi * From the Italian Alps 

Alpine Sun Catchers reminds us of the beauty of nature! It's like having pure Alpine sunlight shining through it while presenting us with the magic of nature! The Alpine Pinwheel Sun Catcher reminds us if the importance of wind power to protect the beauty of our planet. It is hand made on commission.

Photo by Pierangelo Tosi

Alpine Pinwheel Sun Catcher 35 Euro 


Each and every SUN CATCHER is crafted and designed by Pierangelo in Italy's Piedmont, a region renowned for quality craftsmanship. If you would like to order an Alpine Sun Catcher, please specify which color combination you prefer and whether you would like stars or snowflakes. The Star and the Snowflake are beloved Alpine symbols of beauty and simplicity throughout the year. Star and Snowflake Alpine Sun Catchers!

Below, we see  Alpine Sun Catchers with a front light shining upon them. They have been made with cathedral glass so the colors do not change much when one compares front light with back light.

Below, we see Alpine Sun Catchers with back light. These ornaments are crafted in northern Italy with great love for the art of stained glass. They make perfect gifts on any occasion throughout the year.

Let us make Alpine Sun Catchers your new tradition!



 This is a photo of the Alpine Pinwheel Sun Catcher designed and built by Pierangelo Tosi. In this photo the light hits it from the front.

 Here we can see Pierangelo Tosi's Sun Catcher with the light hitting from behind. This is the Alpine Pinwheel Sun Catcher seen in the photo above.

 Beautiful, custom-made Alpine Sun Catchers are stored in a rack where they are ready to be expedited to their new homes! A little Alpine Sunlight goes a long way to bring new smiles! For more information, write:

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