About My Stained Glass

Although commemorative painted and stained glass panels are generally associated with religious buildings they can find a place in the home.  Images with special memories can be incorporated in a door, window or as a hanging-panel for a special anniversary gift – such as the depiction of happy family homes, wisteria and sunflowers – effected by hand-painted detail, kiln-fired onto coloured glass


September Frances comment with this image

I haven’t made a christening panel yet – surely only a matter of time.

Attention genealogists and family historians!- if you would like to commemorate a particular family member or a significant event in family history, or a novel way to display a family tree – depict your interest in a painted leaded-glass panel.  – RAF fighter pilot perhaps.


I’ve been working long-term on a design for a memorial window panel to commemorate my second cousin W/O Jimmie Ives and his crew-mates, killed seventy years ago, shot down on a bombing operation in the Second World War.  Although intended to be specific to this particular crew, it may become a generic commemorative panel.

Follow progress on making the panel (essentially a spare time project) here.

Initial artwork



  artwork detail   Glass on easel after several firings, ready for further working

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