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A FLW style window I made for Polygon Realty as shown in the Presentation center for their Celedon development in Coquitlam
a 5 sided butterfly and dogwood transom out in Abbotsford.
This panel is nearly 4 feet square. It features 3 hummingbirds amongst the flowers. The grid is made of zinc bar to provide strength.
A birdhouse in the fall is a bluebird's best friend.
One of my favorites. Opaque glass looks good in any light.
4 piece abstract in a landing
T-Rex roams the primeval jungle. Smaller detail requires the narrowest of metal. The palm tree lead is 1/8th inch wide.
One portion of a Frank Lloyd Wright type design
Another look at the entrance of the PNE showhome 2010.
This ocean scene features a large arbutus tree and passing Orcas
This panel is over 7 feet tall. The flower centers have been fuzed.
The husband wanted trees and the wife wanted a west coast feel. I made them both happy.
First impressions mean a lot.
3 Canadian geese above a lily pond.
Old time Vancouver reno. We put the house number into the transom. Good numbers.
Always hard to get a good picture. This is a nice little bevel cluster enhanced with an oval made of more bevels.
Some of my best stained glass orcas.
Charles Renie MacIntosh inspired. I enjoy adding variations to the borders for more interest.
12 multi-coloured flowers on a trelis.
One of 2 Frank Lloyd Wright panels in my own home
Upper section of FLW detail
A simple curve adds ellegance
Installed as a sidelight and made mostly with zinc, this design evolved as I made it.
Another transom for a new house
The coat room wall just inside the main entrance holds this elegant panel.
I was going for a Tony Onley feel for this set. Installation was memorable.
Another MacIntosh inspired group of flowers. I enjoy mixing the symetry of book matching with interesting variations. With this type of free window I often change the pattern as I build.
A collaborative effort between Chris Dobranski, Warren Walker, David New-Small, and myself. The dragonfly has an 11' wingspan.
This window was made for a lover of these beautiful miniature cats.
The dragonfly on display at the Leigh Gallery Port Coquitlam.
Originally I was going to build 5 flowers along the bottom. After realizing the shape was a little too tall I decided to add a trellis along the top in order to fill out the panel.
This one is on a 45 degree angle underneath a skylight. Two half inch steel rebars along with some zinc bar have been added to fight gravity.
A nice set up on the landing
About 45 inches square.
Foremost is the entrance
A Frank Lloyd Wright style door panel as shown in the Leigh gallery in Port Coquitlam
A few in a row
Mostly clear abstract with touches of colour
Another fine entrance
Colin and Cat's kitchen
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