Chateau de Gudanes

Stained Glass Restoration Project Chateau-Verdun, France I recently had the honor of beginning a large stained glass restoration project at the Chateau Gudanes in the south west of France. The project includes the restoration of two very large windows that are in the vestibule of the Chateau and two beautifully …

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1880’s Window Restoration

I was commissioned to restore this historically significant stained glass from the late 1800’s. When I received the window, it was extremely damaged and broken. It never fails to take my breath away when I see the stained glass returned to its original glory.

Irises with Edwardian Border

The Irises came to Pamela’s studio with broken pieces and deteriorating copper foil. Pamela redesigned the border irises, keeping with the integrity of the overall design. She then added a double border. The cobalt blue creates a wonderful juxtaposition of color abutting the floral design. The outer border was inspired …

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Aqua Star

It was a joy to create “AQUA STAR” for a beautiful friend I met in Brazil. She is the mother of a little boy who is special needs. He sings to communicate and I honestly cannot think of a greater way to spread Love and Joy. Myles, may this Star …

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Edwardian Address Transom

Pamela created this address transom for a home in Washington, D.C. built in the 1920’s. The design is a mix of Edwardian and Arts & Crafts. The cobalt blue border is an exquisite deep color. And the two tones of amber help to define the floral motif. “Pamela, your carpenter …

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Tanglewood Conservatory Restoration

McLean Stained Glass Studios was commissioned by the Tanglewood Conservatories Company to restore a broken stained glass window due to 70 mph winds. These photos are a chronicle of the restoration. The Conservatory, the full restoration, and the installation.

Victorian Transom

When the Victorian transom was brought to Pamela, it was in a state of complete deterioration. The panel was over 100 years old and the lead was like tissue paper. The owner wanted it to be returned to its original glory and even enlarged by adding extra borders. Pamela began …

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Bevel Leaded Glass Cabinet Panel

This is an elegant example of using two privacy glasses, Water Glass and Glue Chip, to emphasize the design. Creating a border using bevels lends prismatic and light-enhancing beauty.

HEAVENLY BLUE Door Insert

“A noble man who lost his son in the WTC on 911 came to me with this large stained glass that was all cracked and in shambles. As I worked on this full restoration project over these last few weeks, I wanted to do the best of my ability for …

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Raddatz Dressing Room Window

The Dressing Room needed privacy glass leaded windows to let in the light, but allow for privacy. Pamela designed the leaded panels to complement the beauty of the existing old 9 panel window, to complement its inherent beauty in the tradition of the French Quatrefoil (four leaf motif). The privacy …

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Diamond Leaded Entryway Door Panels

The Diamond pattern is a classic pattern dating back to early English grand homes from the 16th century. It was more stable than square cut panes, hence used more often. Pamela created these Entryway Door Leaded Panels to give an Old World look to a lovely older home.

Mosaics for Entryway Sidelights & Transom

Pamela is creating fifteen Wildflower mosaic panels for a grand entryway McLean mansion in the Reserve. The sidelights and transom are comprised of 15 panels, separated by wood mullions. Each panel, when installed, will flow in design, one to another, creating the effect of walking into and out of a …

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Three Pink Koi

The commission for Three Pink Koi came about from a client coming into Pamela’s Studio, seeing her Three Koi (in orange Art Glass) and immediately commissioned a stained glass window using pink and cranberry Art Glass. Pink and cranberry glasses are gorgeous and use gold in their fabrication. The result …

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Raddatz Living Room

The style for these two stained glass window panels is inspired by the Arts & Crafts or Prairie movement, which is appropriate for the age and architecture of the home. The center diamond is beveled glass surrounded by elegant golds and sage green. The panels create a harmonious blending and …

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Evans Farm Dining Room

Pamela designed and created three leaded glass windows for a lovely home in Evans Farm, McLean, Virginia. The center glass is an elegant pale gray Water Glass which shimmers beautifully as the light passes through. The field is privacy glass and the borders are prismatic bevels. The design of the …

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Evans Farm Entryway – Sidelights & Transom

Pamela designed and created the leaded glass Entryway (sidelights & transom) for a McLean, Virginia home. The center diamonds are a beautiful pale gray Water Glass which gives the design a wonderful definition. This Water Glass is no longer made and after calling all of her distributor contacts, she was …

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Wine Bar Window

Pamela was commissioned to create this large stained glass panel for interior designer, Shoshanna Datlow (Lifestyle Interiors). The window is featured in her client’s wine bar in a beautiful home in The Plains, Virginia. Pamela combined 100 year old restoration glass with newer glasses, and designed the window to look …

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Hot Air Balloon

The Hot Air Balloon is created with a multitude of beautiful colors and textured glasses. The orange and reds are a Water Glass which shimmers with light pouring through. The sky is a gorgeous turquoise glass with white wisps. The work was commissioned by a Hot Air Balloon enthusiast who …

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Three Koi Stained Glass

Pamela created this beautiful stained glass using the the most gorgeous Art glasses in her collection. It was Louis Comfort Tiffany who collaborated with the American Glass companies in the late 1800’s to create Art glass that blended multi colors for his landscapes, flowers, water, nature, etc. The Art glasses …

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1900 Stained Glass Window Restoration

This window panel from around 1900 was brought to Pamela for restoration. She first removed it from a decomposing wood frame. The outer green glass border was covered with paint, panes were broken, putty was falling out and it was in need of an intense restoration cleaning. The panel is …

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