Over the last couple of months we’ve been working on a series of glass painted skulls which were then encrusted with Swarovski crystals for a special commission. The process is a little more refined than the usual stained glass window. The individual pieces of hand blown glass were cut to […]
Literally made the here cover here of Stylist magazine this week. Fame here at last. The designers could have made the design in a computer but to their credit knew the difference. This panel was made in the traditional time honored way of making stained glass windows and then photographed.
The Memory Window designed by Wendy Briggs with contributions from residents, is soon to be installed in the grounds of a care home in Brighton. The fused glass has sepia toned photographs fused into the glass which has then been laminated to toughened glass to make it safe and robust for […]
Restoration of Allen Windows in the Vestry of St Annes Church, Soho. A total of 12 windows were restored or remade after damage caused by the blitz of 1940. The central panel was a new commemorative window acknowledging the history of the Church. http://stannes-soho.org.uk/history/
I’m often asked technical questions about the process of making glass so here I’ll try to answer some of those questions over time. Starting with the myth about glass slowly creeping and flowing like a liquid from top to bottom so it gets thicker at the bottom This myth came […]
Recently installed shower cubicle for a private residence. Octopus tentacles interlocked created using sandblasting on both sides.
Over the course of 3 years we painted over 350 butterflies for a private house. Each of the butterflies are identifiable species from around the world. Commissioned by Damian HIrst we replaced visit this website all the plain windows over four visit this website floors of the converted mill. Here are a few images […]