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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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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RESTORATION
Charles Gessford Historical Stained Glass Panels

I was commissioned to restore very significant historical stained glass panels that came from a a rowhouse on Capitol Hill. The home was built by one of Washington, D.C.’s most prolific architects, Charles Gessford (1831-1894). He was the most well-known architect in Capitol Hill in the late 19th century who …

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1910 Lamp Design

This beautiful lamp was given to Pamela to repair because some of the panes had cracked and needed replacing. The cranberry glass is stunning. And it is expensive because it is made with gold. But it is worth it when the lamp shade is illuminated!

Arts & Crafts Transom

This original design is inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright. Pamela used a very pale seeded green field to offset the linear design. The red rectangular accents add just the right amount of interest to compliment the golden water glass and olive green opal glass.