This window was done especially for a frog lover. I had glass that specifically lent itself to this window. Beautiful greens with lots of character that brought this little swimmer to life. The glass looks different at different times of the day.
I video taped a lot of the process while working on this commission which you can see on my Facebook Page The original windows were all one type of green glass. I liked the glass but it was too much for the space. It overwhelmed the entire landing and made it really dark. It was a lot of working getting …
This commission was inserted into the church’s front door. The design was done to commemorate the East Hamilton Spiritual Church’s 100 year anniversary so I had to incorporate the initials, the founding date, the white rose and the heart. Plus provide privacy in the church. It was a wonderful project and rewarding because the church felt I had interpreted what …
Underwater Fish made with antique glass. The fish has lovely french glass, St. Jus, in the fish and the fins.
Designed a while ago and based on a lyric from in classic Irish song “Let grief be a fallen leaf”. The leaves are sometimes singular, sometimes in bunches, sometimes all jumbled up so you can’t figure out the where they start and end. Close Ups
Heat and rays radiating in beautiful bright colours against the blue GNA glass gives off a nice shimmering effect. Now in it’s new home.
Clients asked for a AJ Casson style with that featured their two cats, which are both there along the shore. The windows were to allow the couple to have full light in there front room and still have privacy from the street. The second window Both together
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.
Original commission and design was for two close friends. I crisscrossed the branches, roots and trunks to represent the friendship. They were so interconnected they would finish each others sentences thus the overlapping and interactions.
Two 3′ x 3′ windows with the cycle of the life of the poppy. The Life starts dark red and gets lighter as it goes through the cycle. The two windows are mirror images of each other with only the centre pieces of the moon and sun being the difference between the two windows. One Window Up Close
A nice place to relax and reflect. SOLD
It all about the movement of the rays interacting with the leaves.