West Mersea Parish Church, south aisle. Stained glass window by Lisa McFarlane in 2005, commemorating Mersea Island's Fishermen and Oystermen.

At the top of the centre light is a seagull against the sun and the fishing boat CK134 DIANA afloat on swirling sea in which several species of fish have been carefully painted. Small pieces of glass have been fused onto the fragments used to depict ...
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West Mersea Parish Church, south aisle. Stained glass window by Lisa McFarlane in 2005, commemorating Mersea Island's Fishermen and Oystermen.
At the top of the centre light is a seagull against the sun and the fishing boat CK134 DIANA afloat on swirling sea in which several species of fish have been carefully painted. Small pieces of glass have been fused onto the fragments used to depict the sea giving a wonderful texture of bubbles and foam. At the foot of the light are oysters in baskets, shells and a view of the Packing Shed.

Lisa McFarlane is based in Cornwall.


At the top in the centre light is the fishing boat DIANA CK134, belonging to David Stoker. Nearer the bottom is the Packing Shed, oysters and oyster baskets.
Date: 2005      

Photo: Mersea Museum - Chris Parkinson
Image ID CPK_WMP_003
Category 1 Mersea-->Buildings
Category 2 Fishing

This image is part of the Mersea Island Museum Collection.