Following are selected examples of my stained glass work showing a variety of possibilities for your next project.  Please check the sizes noted as the photos can sometimes be deceiving and appear to you in a different scale.

Stained glass panels can be custom fit into the glazing stops or opening of your existing window.  Obviously, this is a tight and precise fit.  I can not guarantee a custom fit unless I measure it; you must live in the St. Louis area.  If you live elsewhere and desire a tight fit into your window, please find someone who can take very accurate measurements (and they will provide the guarantee).  I will send a full size sketch of the piece before beginning so it can be compared with the size of your opening.  I can also provide glass samples for your approval before starting.

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Dining Room Ceiling #G-CD1
Make a spectacular splash at your next dinner party when your guests look above to see this.  Nine panels comprise this 5' x 7' piece.  The flush installation was possible since there was an existing, recessed (tray) ceiling, I simply filled in the recessed area.  The existing lighting was replaced with strip lighting to provide even coverage and the existing switch was replaced with a dimmable unit.  The piece was framed in stained, clear pine to match other existing woodwork in the home.  I am an architect and builder; custom installations are possible.

Sold $7,000
Included field measurement, delivery, and installation
   
 
       
Multiple Windows in Series #G-EA1
What would normally have be an uneventful stairway became pure artistry in glass.  There are 10 windows over this stairwell (5 more behind me in the photo).  The composition has a recurring design element, but also has a flow across the entire bay of windows which reads very well from the street at night.  During the day, the interior is flooded with vivid color causing an interesting play of reflections on the walls.  The total arrangement includes (10) 21"x32" panels making up (2) 12'x3' bays of windows (click on the photo to see both bays).

This is NOT a window replacement and you do NOT have to give up the benefits of your thermal windows.  Your windows are precisely measured so that the stained glass panels fit exactly on the inside of your existing windows.  Four small screws hold each panel in place. 

Sold $6,500
Included field measurement, delivery, and installation of 10 windows
   
 
       
Stained Glass Reproduction #G-EJ1
Some love the stained glass windows incorporated into the homes of world renowned architect, Frank Lloyd Wright.  Those intricate and detailed designs can be faithfully reproduced for your own windows.  The three windows on the left are exact replicas of Wright's Coonley Playhouse design (square-for-square and color-for-color).  Only the size was adjusted to fit the existing openings.  The door panel was my design in the same theme.  The three windows measure 21"x36" each and the door panel is  25"x66".  This whole series has 1,094 individual pieces of glass!

This is NOT a window replacement and you do NOT have to give up the benefits of your thermal windows.  Your windows are precisely measured so that the stained glass panels fit exactly on the inside of your existing windows.  Four small screws hold each panel in place. 

Sold $4,500
Included field measurement, delivery, and installation of 4 windows
   
 
     

Stained Glass Reproduction #G-JE1
Truly awesome!  Here is another reproduction of Frank Lloyd Wright designed windows.  This is an exact replica of what is commonly known as his "Fountain Art Glass", although it doesn't actually depict a fountain.  There is an interior fountain at his Dana-Thomas House, and this design is from the doors which flank that fountain.  Each panel is big!  21"x66" with 1,578 pieces in the pair.

This is NOT a window replacement and you do NOT have to give up the benefits of your thermal windows.  Your windows are precisely measured so that the stained glass panels fit exactly on the inside of your existing windows.  Wood "picture frames" were built to hold these panels in place and were stained to match the doors. 

Sold $3,750
Included field measurement, delivery, and installation of 2 windows
     
 
   

▲Frame detail, shot at an angle.
Monogram #G-FJ1
I love to do monograms, even more when they have a contemporary flair.  Gothic manuscript lettering is so overdone.  The free flowing cursive lettering is more difficult to make, but worth the extra effort, and the bold blue and turquoise emblem really stand out .  This 20"x23" panel was provided with a custom wood frame in maple with walnut corner accents.  Hooks and chain for hanging were provided.

Sold $500
Included both the glass panel and the custom frame

▲Frame detail, shot at an angle.
Monogram #G-MG1
Here's another striking example of a monogram in a custom wood frame.  When I make the frame for the stained glass panel, I can extend the design onto the frame and compliment the glass.  Notice how some of the rays in the glass are picked up with the inlays in the wood.  The frame is made from figured maple with wenge and cherry accents.  This piece measures 24"x24".

Sold $500
Included both the glass panel and the custom frame

▲Frame detail, shot at an angle.
Monogram #G-NH1
Another glass and frame combo.  The client requested an Art Deco theme and selected their own font, then I ran with the design.  The frame is made from curly maple with walnut and cherry corner accents.  This piece measures 26"x29".

Sold $500
Included both the glass panel and the custom frame
   
 
   
Desert Moons #G-FJ2
These two panels each measure 32"x19" and adorn a large dining room window.  The contemporary design was done primarily in earth tones with blue and purple accents.  Hooks and chain for hanging were provided.

Sold $1,250
   
 
   
Door Side Lites #G-HJ1
Your front door is the first thing your guests see when they enter your home.  Make a striking statement with colors,  patterns, and a theme of your choice.

Panels will be sized to perfectly match your door's windows.
● The contemporary pair in the left photo each measure 7"x35" and flank the door.
● The Southwestern Indian themed panel on the right measures 7"x68" and adorns a single, tall side window.
● The right panel with the monogram measures 10"x68".

Clear peepholes are provided so you can see who's calling.

Sold $550 each
Included field measurement, delivery, and installation
   
 
   
Bathroom Window #G-FI1
Why do builders always put a large picture window over the tub?  Obviously to keep stained glass artists in business!  This bold, radial pattern contains every color of the rainbow.  The lower clear glass pieces are textured for privacy, but the upper clear glass pieces let you look outside to check on the weather.  This panel is 46"x46" and is framed with painted wood trim to keep it in place against the existing window.

Sold $2,500
Included field measurement, delivery, and installation
   
 
   
School Colors #G-FK1
School colors come in many shades; fortunately they make glass in many colors!  A perfect gift so your new college student can express their school pride in a unique way.  The 18"x18" piece is framed in zinc (metal) suitable for display in the dorm room.  Let me make your high school or college insignia in stained glass.  Hooks and chain for hanging were provided.

Sold $250
 
   
 
   
Wine Party #G-LL2
Liven up any space and set a mood with your favorite theme and colors.  This arched top piece measures 18"x23" and has a zinc (metal) frame suitable for hanging in front of any window.  Hooks and chain for hanging were provided.

Sold $375
   
 
   
Roses #G-EL1
Any size piece or theme will be considered; I enjoy the variety.  This is a simple 17"x14" panel with a simple zinc (metal) frame suitable for hanging in front of any window.  Hooks and chain for hanging were provided.

Sold $275
   
 
   
Door Lites #G-BC1
Even small door windows can use some personal embellishment.  These two 8"x5" panels can provide a simple joy every time you walk out of the house.  These small panels can easily mount with clear silicone (no nails in your door needed).

Sold $125
Included field measurement, delivery, and installation
   
 
   
Pansy #G-BL2
Sun catchers of any variety can be made.  Flowers are very popular and this would make a nice gift for anyone's mother.  This piece measures 14" in diameter.  Hooks and chain for hanging were provided.

Sold $175
   
 
   
Peace #G-ME1
Sun catchers of any variety can be made.  I can make you any shape or symbol you desire, even a peace sign with some groovy, swirly glass which will go perfect with your lava lamp.  And as always, your choice of size and color.  This piece measures 13" in diameter.  Hooks and chain for hanging were provided.

Sold $150
   
 
   
  Owl & Cat #G-KH1
The client had three large windows in their front room.  It would have been cost prohibitive to cover them all with art glass, and it would have blocked more view than what they wanted.  The solution was a short strip across the top of the three windows creating something like an old-school transom window.  The Art Nouveau arch spans all three windows and makes an interesting juxtaposition with the client's love for owls and cats.  Each panel measures 31"w x 14"h.  Hooks and chain for hanging were provided.

Sold $900
   
 
   

▲Frog 22"x18" - Sold $325

▲Fish w/ Real Fly 20"x16"-Sold $300
Animals of Any Variety
Any animal theme is possible, and it can be realized in vivid colored and textured glass.  I can size them to fit in your window.  I always provide hooks and chain for hanging.

 

▲Cat 10"x14" - Sold $175

▲Koalas 12"x15" - Sold $225
 
   
 
   
Stained Glass Repair #1 #G-LL1
Old stained glass will need to be fixed at some point in time.  Don't let yours start falling apart before you decide it's time to get it fixed.  Cracked or missing glass lets the weather in.  The putty holding the glass in place will harden, crack, and fall out compromising the structural integrity of the panel.  Small fixes are cheaper than large ones.

Repairs require removal of the panels from the home.  Most stained glass shops will not provide this service.  If you're not equipped to do so yourself, you're stuck.  Being able to do both woodworking and stained glass, I can provide you with a one-stop solution.

The windows around this door had gone unprotected  through 100 years of inclement weather, hail storms, rain, ice, and snow.  They were certainly overdue for repairs.  I removed the panels, replaced missing/broken pieces of glass, re-puttied the joints, repaired some rotted wood on the sash frames, and reinstalled the panels.  Here, the owner saved some money by re-painting things himself.

Everyone's scope of repairs will be a little different.  Please invite me to your home so I can see what needs to be done.  Then I can give you an honest quote to do the work.
   
 
   
Stained Glass Repair #2 #G-MI1
This stained glass panel was blown out of the frame during a storm.  Most of the pieces were given to me; I had to find matching replacements for the rest.  Many pieces were cracked.  The most efficient approach for this panel was to completely disassemble everything.  I refit the pieces with new lead using as much of the original glass as possible.  I cemented the panel to stiffen it up and hold everything tight.

Everyone's scope of repairs will be a little different.  Please invite me to your home so I can see what needs to be done.  Then I can give you an honest quote to do the work.
   

 

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