Orchids in an array of mosaics. Multi colored glasses surrounded by broken pieces of tempered glass. A joy to create!
Inspired by the fabulous font of the Paris Metro, this address transom was designed by Elizabeth Mitchel, of Finesse Design Remodeling. Pamela created the transom using vintage glass, combining golden iridescence, water glass, lavender and lush greens.
This lovely Victorian stained glass window is well over one hundred years old. Pamela replaced the disintegrating lead and broken glass to restore it to its original beauty.
A client requested a large interior panel to partition his patio office from his home. The design gives a nod to stained glass designs from the late 1800’s to the early 1900’s. The floral focal is a blue water glass. The border is a vintage beautiful Art glass.
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 …
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 …
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.
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 …