Restored Art Deco Panels Full restoration of two art deco panels. They are over 100 years old and 7 feet tall. Pamela completely dismantled the old panels, cleaned the glass panes, replaced the broken glass panes with antique glass and releaded the panels, restoring them to their original beauty. Then …
This striking Diamond panel was commissioned for a powder room. It is a classic pattern, but the colors give it a contemporary twist. Since privacy was key, Pamela used a pale golden “pebbled” textured glass for the field, augmented by contrasting random darker golden diamonds. The border is a rich …
This window panel was created using many different shades and textures of green glass. The double border frames the design, showing it as a work of art.
This is a Victorian Panel that is over 100 years old, and was brought to us in a state of complete disintegration. The panel had belonged to client’s grandmother, and meant a lot to her. Not only was the lead in shambles but quite a few of the glass pieces …
Another Restored panel in the Art Deco Style.
Restored Victorian Panel Pamela replaced many broken glass pieces in this Victorian panel that is over 100 years old.
The client wanted a window panel that matched the lovely soft golden and pale green colors in her bedroom. Pamela says, “We chose gorgeous mouth blown hand made glasses. The pale green is one of my favorites and I call it Coke bottle green.” The center orange iridized pane is …
This stunning panel started as a repair. Pamela kept the nude and designed the panel to surround her in a field of poppies. The gorgeous turquoise glass is mouthblown. This panel will be installed in a bathroom.
The client specified a bright yellow and red in this nod to the Arts & Crafts movement. The panels were installed as sidelights to the home’s entrance.
This Golden Victorian Panel consists of beautiful deep golden/amber colored glass, hand-made glass jewels from Germany, and mouth-blown red glass and bevels. This is an original design inspired by the Victorian era in elegant stained glass. Center beveled oval is etched with beautiful flowers.
My dear friend and colleague, Rob Morris passed away in the late winter of 2013. He was an architect who commissioned many of my works, including the Rose Women, Sistine Ceiling, and the McCormick House Sidelights and Transoms. This was the final design I had written to Rob about before …
Large glass panel and transom designed in the Arts and Crafts style.
This original design & creation was inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright. It is a leaded stained glass panel that was commissioned by Rob Morris of Morris-Day Architects & Builders. The panel has been installed into the main level powder room.
This panel of glass and beveled glass was commissioned by Morris-Day Architects. The colors are the palest of greens and the palest of peach colors, both clear and opalescent. The photos show how the panel looks with different backgrounds and different lightning, depending on the time of day.