The window was designed and created as a mosaic for a large bathroom window. The water glasses give a lovely illusion of this magnificent creature swimming right out of the window.
Lyrical lines of branches and leaves emphasize turquoise iridized butterflies surrounding a center of bold blossoms.
A commission for a full restoration of an entryway door. Pamela suggested that adding a band of color would give it some interest, and the owner chose emerald green. The large handmade glass nuggets are beautiful and prismatic, as is the beveled border.
The large panel came to Pamela with broken glass and in need of a full restoration. The picture shows Pamela’s completed work, hanging in the client’s home.
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. The two panels were brought to Pamela, literally hanging by a thread. These are very old leaded glass panels feature …
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.
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 …
A leaded glass entryway, sidelights and transom, was created with a very classic design. Using a very pale gray glass for the center diamonds gives an added dimension to the overall presentation.