Victorian Jacuzzi window installed in the master bath of a new home in Bedford County. Created with bronze krinkle, bronze chinchilla, clear sparkle glass and over 48 clear bevels.      

     

    

      

  

Mariner's Landing at Smith Mountain Lake.  Window transoms, wall dividers, and two 11 foot triptics to engage diners at The Pointe restaurant and condominium complex.

                 

  

This Dubendorff Coat of Arms window was commissioned for a new husband by his wife upon moving into their "new" old house. The heavy dark lines between the center picture and the border pieces are really wood mullions in the window frame. A very colorful piece that really highlighted the top of the stairs.    

   

   

   

     

                            

  

Custom designed bathroom window featuring a large bevel set with sea green and mauve colored glass

           

           

         

                       

  

     

The Moon and Stars are Jessica's in the entryway of her new home in The City of Bedford, Virginia   

  

  

     

              

       

                  

This window over an antique style tub was designed to complement the porcelain fixtures that had been handpainted. It lets in a lot of light but gives complete privacy.

  

    

  

     

         

                   

    

  

A coat of arms window for the family named Whiddon. It is approximately 24" x 24" and is installed in a residence in Virginia Beach.   

  

  

  

  

   

               

       

            

  

  

Another bathroom window giving both beauty and privacy while delighting it's owners with the loveliness of Irises in Bloom. This window measures 21" x 36" and was created in 1994. Installed and enjoyed in beautiful Amherst County Virginia.  

   

   

  

  

  

  

           

                  

                                                              

           

Master Bath privacy window custom designed for Janet Chalker. It works with the existing double hung window and the embedded mullion grid.

   

   

    

    

     

      

                

      

           

   

This fabulous and colorful window was commisioned for Kim Wheeler, (a former stained glass student of mine), by her husband to add distortion to their master bath window. Special care was taken to coordinate the glass colors with the existing curtains and linens.