The design of stained glass for congregations first involves an absorption of their needs, their space and their sources of inspiration. Giving form to a spiritual idea that will be publicly accepted yet privately meaningful is a complex challenge. Our design process involves the eye, the mind and the heart to create work that will touch people for years to come.
St Jerome’s – East Rochester, New York
Single sacristy window depicting a chalice on the handpainted medallion.
Close-up of memorial window depicting a censer. Each painted design was created to reflect a meaningful spiritual aspect of the person or couple memorialized.
Medallions depicting Madonna and Child and the Lamb under John the Baptist's words: "Behold the Lamb of God," both etched and handpainted on antique flashed glass
Four memorial windows designed for church sacristy, created in cathedral and water glass with painted medallions and acid-etched nameplates.
Our Lady of Mercy – Rochester, New York
Large, abstract altar window symbolizing the rising sun with multicolored rays. The palette was chosen to represent a multitude of faiths, symbolizing the unity of all people and their welcome to services at Our Lady of Mercy.
Abstract design of Rose Window over the sanctuary entrance depicts the universal symbol of the setting sun. A variety of glass was utilized including antique and machine glass.
United Methodist Church – Hamlin, New York
Painted and stained aisle window with figure of St. Matthew, created using glass and painting techniques to match existing aisle windows
Second of two, newly-designed figure windows depicts St. Mark, crafted and handpainted to match existing windows.
Unity Church – Rochester, NY
Webster Presbyterian Church – Webster, NY
St. Pauls Episcopal Church, Rochester NY
St. Lukes Fairport, NY