I work with clients to create artwork that is designed especially for them. I usually go to their home and see what their life style is like. What colors are used, what kind of artwork they live with, what their loves are.
top left: This window was for a woman who wanted brilliant colors, "no sissy colors" as she put it. It is in a stairway landing in a 100 year old home in Seattle.
top right: This is a one of a kind lamp, cut freehand and assembled piece by piece. There was no pattern. It will be shown later in this website showing how it was built.
middle left: This 42" square stained glass window was made to be placed over client's tub. The butterflies symbolize their daughter who passed away at a young age.
middle right: The stained glass is part of a three piece set that surrounds their front door. It is over the front doorway and two sidelight.
lower left: This is a commissioned stained glass piece that I designed and made for clients who wanted a large window in their breakfast room. They are wildlife photographers and art collectors, and had specific ideas for their artwork. Mt. St. Helens in the background, Silver lake, and a heron. They also gave me a photograph of a turtle, which I put into the forground.
lower right: This is a beveled stained glass heron window. The butterflies represent their children and grandmother. This door was the original solid front door to a 50's home.
The door had an opening cut to accept the glass work, adding double safety glass, trim and then the stained glass to the inside, transforming it into a beautiful entrance.