The conception of new stained glass for an ecclesiastical setting draws together a variety of strands of reference; The significance of the particular window, the wishes of the donor and church community, the architectural style of the church, the style and nature of other stained glass windows, particularly those adjacent to new work and the desired quality of the transmitted light. We always consider carefully the impact of the new stained glass and work hard to ensure that it will be an uplifting contemporary addition to the building marking its moment in the life of the church whilst remaining in keeping with the atmosphere of the building.
We have worked with many artists over a number of years and are very proud of these collaborations and the stained glass projects that have been realised together. We spend time at the beginning of the project to discuss and understand all the elements of the design and concept so that we can choose the best materials and techniques to interpret their vision successfully.
We work with private clients to produce stained glass to meet the particular needs of their interior. This may be a simple scheme of clear or coloured glass, a sandblasted panel or an original stained, etched or sandblasted glass scheme designed especially for the client.