Many years ago we made our first Great Horned Owl which was commissioned by clients who live in Toronto, Ontario.
They recently moved this piece of stained glass to their country home north of Toronto. The picture shows the Great Horned Owl hanging in it’s new location. Our clients also have the Great Blue Heron and the Mountain Lion hanging in their country home
As stained glass artists are always very pleased to see our work many years after it was completed and still in pristine condition and so much apart of peoples homes and lives.
Design by Rob Torres
We were asked if we would donate a piece of our work to The Central Alberta Constituencies – Wildrose – Classic – Golf – Tournament held on July 18, 2013 at Alberta Springs Golf Course located near Red Deer Alberta as a silent auction fun raising item.
We made this oval piece highlighted with Spectrum’s Pearl Opal Blue Yonder for the water, along with their Thunderhead for mountains and Inferno for the sunset sky. For the tree we used Uroboros Heringbone Granite Ripple with a Kokomo green amber surrounding the water. As the golf course is located close to Sylvan Lake we called this “Lake Sunset”
Design by Carolyn Kyle
Many years ago we made this Mountain Lion for clients in Ontario, they just sent a new picture showing the panels relocation in their country home north of Toronto.
Design by Darcie Kelly
We just received this picture taken by our clients of the Great Blue Heron panel commission that made a successful trip from Innisfail, Alberta to Toronto, Ontario in March of this year. Subsequently, it has now traveled north of Toronto to an area of rolling hills and beautiful scenery.
Design by Mark Waterbury
Some 10 plus years ago we had a client commission us to make from a photograph a stained glass panel of a stock race car.
Flory did the art work on the car and together we came up with the panel design from the photograph, it was a neat commission that our client gave as a gift.
Design by Flory & Bob Wilkins