Here are a few samples of my Tiffany-style Art Glass Panels:
Peacock Reflecting on the Blue Ridge
An incredible 7 foot by 9 foot wide triptic at R. B. Moore's hallway stairs was commissioned the week before 9/11. I was in New Jersey purchasing glass during the attack. I couldn't wait to get home. Since business came to a virtual standstill and I didn't have too many customers in the next few weeks, I completed this project in under two months.
Only one word will do....WOW!! This client came to me wanting the most "Tiffany-Looking" window I could make. We researched some books I have on hand and found the perfect scene. I've named this piece Sunrise in Spring. It measures 34" x 58" and the glass I hand picked comes from Armstrong, Bullseye, Uroboros, Wissmach, Kokomo, Spectrum and some of the 80 year old glass from the Triumph Baptist Church project.
Mermaid by the Sea with beautiful clear textures on the outside border and over 200 glass cabochons around the white pearl oval framing her beauty. The pink wispy sky was cut from a single piece of glass with a Taurus glass saw.
Recalling scenes from the Tales of 1001 Arabian Nights, this 24" x 18" oval is installed in a local home.
Saguaro Sunset is a 44" x 28" landscape showing off the intense color hues provided by Bullseye glass that was used for the sky. Saguaro Sunset is installed in a local Virginia residence.