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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.
One of 2 Frank Lloyd Wright panels in my own home
Just a piece of FLW
About 45 inches square.
close up of one of a pair of bookmatched windows for an entrance
This classic Victorian blocks an ugly view
A very early copper foil panel.
This is a flower pattern I found in a Vancouver house. The border glass is notable--all from the same sheet of glass!
fly hunter at the pond
A nice little heritage near the front entrance
A little heritage window by the front door.
This threesome replaced a set of lead overlay windows. Lead overlay is a poor copy of the real thing.
Charles Renie inspired
Bookmatched flower vines
This window was made for a lover of these beautiful miniature cats.
This pair of panels provide beauty and privacy. While mostly book matched, each panel has it's own uniqueness.
Mostly clear abstract with touches of colour
Installed as a sidelight and made mostly with zinc, this design evolved as I made it.
Always a popular subject
The leaves are cut from copper sheet and siliconed on the glass.
One of a pair of CRM style flowers. While for the most part bookmatched, each panel had it's own identity.
Colin and Cat's kitchen
dragonfly and lily in the round
This panel was for a holistic retreat.
This was a fun design. I started with placing the circles and then joined them with interesting shapes and choices of textured clears.
2 hummingbirds with a nice bright vine.
rich cathedral border
This panel is over 7 feet tall. The flower centers have been fuzed.
Odd time and odd shapes, all good they are.
These flowers are in the Charles Renie MacIntosh style. For this client I did two similar windows.
A FLW style window I made for Polygon Realty as shown in the Presentation center for their Celedon development in Coquitlam
This panel is nearly 4 feet square. It features 3 hummingbirds amongst the flowers. The grid is made of zinc bar to provide strength.
Sunflowers done in an oval window
The husband wanted trees and the wife wanted a west coast feel. I made them both happy.
This ocean scene features a large arbutus tree and passing Orcas
A little bamboo panel placed in front of a sealed unit.
A simple curve adds ellegance
This pattern was made from a photo of the client's beloved pet with the Black Tusk in the background.
Four quarter round panels that make the whole
3 panels and one scene. Not yet installed, these form a room divider.
This is the Ambleside logo
The round shape provides a pleasing format. I love the freedom of an abstract, the pattern often evolves as it is built..
Built for the Clough Club, Vancouver
3 Canadian geese above a lily pond.
For fun I put a jewel in without joining lines.
Later found in a Vancouver home.
Multiple textures, rondels and shapes
3 geese, the other side
3 borders with a star cluster center
Some of my best stained glass orcas.
Two little lead pieces represent people in the basket
Charles Renie is the inspiration for this flower, with a bold helping of modern flair.
4 piece abstract in a landing
12 multi-coloured flowers on a trelis.
The coat room wall just inside the main entrance holds this elegant panel.
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.
Abstract for Fremar project
Upper section of FLW detail
I was going for a Tony Onley feel for this set. Installation was memorable.
This window is free hanging. We can make suitable frames if required. The first step building this window was to surround the 12 bevels with lead. They were then inserted as the window was assembled.
One portion of a Frank Lloyd Wright type design
An adaptation of a panel I admired while in Dumfries.
Heritage style windows suit many Vancouver homes such as this one.
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