Suncatchers in many different textures and colours of glass.
Love doing this window with different combinations of glass and textures – Always intrigues me the way it changes all the time and gives off a different mood. This one has lovely fractured streamer glass with old purple antique glass. 250 Earlier versions
This was a commission in beautiful bright colours. The client asked me to put the initials of his children and his wife (in the middle) in the piece and it had to be subtle…like the B in SUBTLE. Can you see them?
Just for the love of doing them.
This window was commissioned for a husband as a anniversary gift. There are so many symbolic parts to this window including: Poppies – for Remembrance Day Poetry written by the husband Dragonfly – for a camping trip memory Notes of Taps – 6 notes in total, 2 quarter notes representing the parents and 4 running notes representing the children Family …
Inspired by the Book of Kells and one of my trips to Ireland. Spiral jewel in the centre to pull it all together.
Crow on a Celtic Cross inspired by one of my trips to Ireland. In this one, the different shades in the celtic cross resulted from the variation of thickness from the same mouth blown piece of purple glass. In this one I wanted it to be only black and white with a touch of gray in the cross.
Adapted from the Claddagh Ring, the designs features two hands for friendship, a crown for loyalty and a heart for love. The expression associated with the Claddagh (aka wedding ring) is “With my hands, I give you my heart and crown it with my love.” Earlier version
A Coat of Arms for a Welsh, Fencing Artist. Before his 50th, his wife asked him “If you had a Coat of Arms, what would it include?” I used the colours of the flag, paint brushes instead of swords and swathes of paint to represent his “Arms”…and of course a very pointy dragon which included 5 different textures in red …
Two knots, one spiral and a whole lot of antique glass from Germany. Feel the sway.
Interlocking fish – Went to a Pisces woman with three Pisces children. Close up of Spirals
Inspired by a combination of several of my past designs. I wanted to achieve the feeling of movement. Other versions in different colour and texture combinations.
Triquetra in a pyramid on a mirror. You can see all the knots from different angles and watch the glass interact. 200
Some people see one flat fish. Some see two fish that come together to a common Celtic “tail” knot. Some people see a cobra. As this design has evolves and changes it always becomes something new. The original design was for a wedding gift for an Irish Groom and Pisces Bride. 450 Earlier Versions
Made with a lot of old glass recovered from a renovated church on West Avenue. Sparkles in the sunlight. It symbolizes the power of three acting as one and the interrelatedness of all things. 275