I’ve finally made a bigger version of the I Want to Believe poster that I’ve been putting in my X-Files candleholder: Here it is in window light: And here it is in ambient light: It measures 8″x10″.
Making business card holders for an upcoming craft show. Here’s a steampunk one:
Get a 6″x7″ print on removable static cling vinyl of my Star Wars stained glass panel from my Etsy site. Simply peel and stick to any glass surface. The first photo shows how it looks in a window: The second photo shows how it looks on its backing: Go here to see the rest of …
A commission for a music note candle holder. 3.25″x4″.
The Happy Human is the international symbol of secular humanism. This suncatcher was made with blue glass with a clear glass background. It measures 6″x4″ and was made using the copper foil method.For sale on my Etsy site.
Blue and clear geometric stained glass suncatcher with an art deco flair. Measures 6″x6″. Made using the copper foil method. Available for sale on my Etsy site.
A colleague whose father worked at the TTC asked me to repair this streetcar suncatcher. Apparently, TTC would give employees suncatchers like this for milestone anniversaries. I couldn’t find anything about this piece after a brief Google search, so I don’t know how it was supposed to look originally. It came to me falling apart, …
Orphan Black inspired stained glass panel. The two photos show it in ambient light and illuminated by daylight. It measures 14.75″x22.5″. Glass paint was used for the lettering on Cosima’s lab coat, the blood on Helena’s dress, and for Helena’s roots. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information on purchasing.
14″x18.5″ panel with diagonally cut clear glass of different textures and square blue and purple accents. Contact email@example.com for information on purchasing.
Just sold this 6″x6″ suncatcher. It was made with various brown and clear glasses and small gears for an accent. Made using the copper foil method. The gears were glued down and the soldering was stained with copper coloured patina.
Now available on my Etsy site: Fandom Stained Glass Window Clings! Can’t afford the real thing? Don’t want a huge panel? Here’s the next best thing to real stained glass! Get all five prints of my fandom stained glass on removable static cling vinyl – Sherlock, Spock, X-files, Harry Potter, and the Tenth Doctor. Simply …
A commission for a 13 year old boy’s birthday. I based it on this image. The eyes and the M in the hat are made with glass paint. The panel is 10″x12″. Here it is in window light: And here it is in ambient light:
Glassola was featured on Scifidesign.com in June. My Doctor Who panels were the subject of a very nice post. Check out the rest of the site for some great geeky art!
Three new suncatchers: Here’s how they look in sunlight:They are all available on my Etsy page.
X-files themed candle holder: And with a lit tealight: 3″x3″x4″. Glass paint was used for the tiny FBI badges and Scully’s necklace. Find it for sale on my Etsy page.
This Harry Potter Triptych features Ron, Harry with Hedwig, and Hermione. Here it is in ambient light: Here it is illuminated: This is a commissioned panel. The client asked for the dimensions of 32″ x 12″ to fit a basement window. Glass paint was used for the stripes on the ties, Hedwig’s eyes, and …
My first attempts at mosaics. I can say it’s easier than stained glass, but way messier. The pieces that are in frames are glass-on-glass, using Weldbond to apply the stained glass. The glass in the Rebel symbol on the right was applied with tile adhesive. The grout used in all three pieces was mosaic grout …
20″x30″ commissioned panel for a boy’s room. Marbles used to look like stars and glass paint for the eyes. First photo is the panel illuminated and the second photo is of the panel in ambient light. Click on the image for links to a larger version.
4 1/8″ x 6 5/8″ Various blue glasses on a clear glass background in a prairie style. Made using the copper foil method. For sale on my Etsy page.
21″x35″ New panel for my laundry room so I could take down the ugly blinds and let in some natural light. I wanted it to look like bubbles since it’s in a room that’s all about cleaning. The blues were all from scrap glass I had leftover from other projects. The clears are all different …
20″x30″ Commissioned panel for a girl’s room. She wanted a bunny wearing a crown.
Commissioned piece. 22″x14″. Client asked for a bride and groom with a purple motorcycle.
If you’re visiting the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) this summer, the exhibit, Let Your Fandom Flag Fly, features 3 of my stained glass panels and several photos of my work.
For my laundry room window. Started foiling. Hopefully this won’t take all summer.
Harry Potter (in ambient light in top image and illuminated in lower image) 8″x11″ Glass paint used for scar and tie.
X-Files was my first fandom and I will never be as obsessed with a show as I was with this one. So I had to make another X-Files panel. This one was 14.5×18.5″ panel. It’s based on my other minimalist design of Mulder and Scully with a few more embellishments. Made using copper foil method, …
In ambient light: Illuminated: Commissioned piece. 18″x21.5″ glass paint used for Starfleet insignias.