A local client who’s dad loved polar bears wanted to give him a small polar bear panel. The design originated from Paned Expressions Studios Inc on their pattern disk titled “Nature’s Bounty” – “Polar Motherhood”. We used the bears design while putting them in a panel that measured 10 inches high by 12 inches wide. The original panel design measured 2 ft wide by 3 ft high.
Original Design by Paned Expressions Studios
We have clients who commission us each Christmas to come up with an unique suncatcher stained glass gift item for their grandchildren. This year we made these 12 butterflies using Youghiogheny Heads & Tails glass.
Design by Flory Wilkins
Many years ago before we had a digital camera we made this 3D Hummingbird Hibiscus Flower panel for a neighbour. The panel measures 12 inches in diameter, with the circle background being Spectrum’s Iridescent Waterglass. The 2nd layer is the Hibiscus flowers and the 3rd layer the hummingbird and the flower stamens. The panel hangs in a transom window over Cindy’s front door facing west, and has provided years of enjoyment for her family and visitors alike.
Design by Stephanie Green
TOPS is a weight loss group with many chapters internationally. We donated this panel as a raffle item for an Area Recognition Day recently held here in Innisfail, Alberta. This panel measures approximately 6 inches wide by 10 inches high.
Original designer unknown changes made
by Flory Wilkins
We made this Poppy panel which measures 5 x 7 inches designed from a painting we bought while in Victoria BC. this past July 2015. It was given as a gift by our young granddaughter’s parents to her daycare provider who was returning to school. Their 2 1/2 year old daughter had a wonderful time at her 1st daycare home and they wanted to honour her dedication and help she provided for their daughter Poppy.
The next picture is the painting from which our stained glass design was taken from. The painting was done by Patricia K. Plank and she gave us her blessing to make a stained glass rendition.
Original Painting by Patricia K. Plank of British Columbia
Stained glass design by Flory Wilkins