ART DECO Door and Cabinets

Pamela was commissioned to fabricate a door panel and two cabinets in the style of Art Deco. They were designed for a kitchen remodel by the very talented Elizabeth Mitchel, Partner of Finesse Design Remodeling and fabricated by Pamela in McLean Stained Glass Studios. Art Deco is an extraordinary art …

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HARRISON Master Bath Window

I was commissioned by the architectural firm of Ballard + Mensua to design and fabricate over 20 window panels. These consisted of the entryway, transoms throughout the home and this very large window panel for the Master Bath. This is a classic and traditional leaded glass design. The inside inverted …

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MONUMENTS Transom

A private client wanted a transom for his front door depicting the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial and the Capitol. I loved creating a stained glass panel with these historic buildings. I used different white and gray marble like glasses to contrast the shadowing. The blue sky is a beautiful …

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LEAVES French Doors

“LEAVES French Doors” Pamela was commissioned by McNeill + Baker Architects to design and create French doors in a beautiful home they are building. The privacy glass is called Winter Lake, one of her favorites. The reds and oranges are mouth blown handmade glass. The green leaves have a wonderful …

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The Rose Women

“The Rose Women” are custom panels that stretch over 6 feet high and were designed by Pamela Bogdonoff and Rob Morris of Morris-Day Architects. The great Scottish artists, Charles Rennie MacIntosh and his wife Margaret MacDonald, inspired the design. The profile of the women in the photos, as well as …

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Sparta Panels

This panel, one of two, was designed for Rob Morris’ last home he created in Great Falls, Virginia. Rob loved William Morris, the incredible English artist, textile and wallpaper designer of the latter 1800’s. His work essentially spawned the Arts & Crafts and Art Nouveau movements. Rob placed William Morris’ …

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Arts & Crafts Entryway Door Panels

The Arts & Crafts movement in stained glass began in the later 1900’s and lasted into the beginning of the 20th century. The style is also known as Mission and one of the most famous proponents is Frank Lloyd Wright. Our clients wanted their four entryway door panels to exhibit …

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The Rose Woman

“The Rose Woman” is a custom panel that Pamela designed and fabricated for an architect whose home is done in the Arts & Crafts style. The great Scottish artists, Charles Rennie MacIntosh and his wife Margaret MacDonald, inspired the design. Look for the profile of the woman. The lovely rose …

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Copeland Panels

These four elegant and simple panels were commissioned for a stunning library. The bevels are custom made by hand, and the two circles on each panel are hand-made beveled jeweled glass from Germany. The “field glass” is called Water Glass.

Traditional Squares Panel

This panel in a traditional square design was made of water glass and seeded privacy glass, and was commissioned for a room divider. Hi Pam, Just a note of thanks. The panel is perfect!! It’s not yet hung, but will be tomorrow and I’ll share a photo or two. Appreciate …

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McCormick Sidelights and Transoms

McCormick House Morris Day won the NARI DC 2012 Merit Award for Creative Solutions under $15k. This was for the McLean Stained Glass creation of the leaded beveled front entryway sidelights and transoms. www.narimetrodc.org

Archangels Door Panels

The Archangels Michael and Gabriel were commissioned for large doors in a private home. They are leaded stained glass and incorporate beautiful hand blown glasses. Click on any photo to view larger Scroll down to view photos of the creation process. Archangels: Michael and Gabriel Room View The Making of …

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Doors of Golden Light

Doors of Golden Light was commissioned for a private residence in Virginia. Featuring hand-blown golden glass, this work was inspired by the Italian Renaissance. The panels were created individually and installed on-site. Click on any photo to view larger. Scroll down to view photos of the creation process. Doors of …

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