My interpretation of the Sara Fay Sumner Memorial Window by Tiffany Studios.  One half the width and height of the original.
I first found the piece of glass that created the waterfall.  When I did, there was no other option than to create this piece. Nearly 2600 pieces of glass.

Another Tiffany Studios interpretation.  This one 'Rest' with its winter theme and unexpectedly colorful snow. I eliminated some of the breaks in the sky, suspecting unexpeted breakage?

I was recentlycommissioned to ceate an original design for a private residence in Shrewsbury, Mass.  The installed windows show the great color of the glass I used......set in the master bedroom about 8 feet from the floor.

The colors change dramatically as can be seen in the windows prior to installation and without backlighting.

Health Alliance Hospital in Leominster, Mass created a new chapel..."A Place for Peace" and asked that I complete windows for the space.  The round window is above the altar, while the two larger windows (about 5 feet tall and 4 or 5 feet wide) brilliantly capture the outside light.



I was asked to create windows to compliment the center panels my client had in her home.  I incorporated some of the glass choices of the existing windows into my own.  My designs were intended to have an 'older feel' with thick solder lines and classic design elements.

This larger piece was installed above the entry in a home in Worcester, Mass.  It was nearly five feet square and had a transom and side lights of similar design.  Great texture and the clear glass allows for both sunlight and privacy.

An  Arts and Crafts style home with a contemporary twist was built with the intention of a stained glass transom between the kitchen and pantry. Sage green, purple-pink and gold along with heavily textured clears complimented the home's decor.  An original design with Art Nouveau elements.  The pictures don't do it justice!