Month: November, 2012

Autumn Leaf Laylight

I’m often asked what the difference is between a skylight and a laylight. A skylight is the opening in the roof that allows light to pass; more specifically it’s the panel that keeps the elements out. A laylight is a glazed panel set flush with the ceiling for admitting natural or artificial lighting. Our laylights […]

Leaded Glass Landscape

We just shipped out this landscape window to it’s new home on Lake Charlevoix in Northern Michigan. We used multiple layers of glass plated on top of one another to modulate the color and density of the design. To see the full window and learn how I created it, go here and click on the […]

Old House Interiors

I’m featured in the latest issue of Old House Interiors on page 10. It features new work presented in this very blog. Check it out at news stands now!

Dan Fenton, 1950-2012

I was saddened to hear that Dan Fenton passed away recently. He was one of several Northern California glass artists that took a fresh approach to stained glass during the 1970s (see Otto Rigan’s ‘New Glass’) While I didn’t know Dan well, he was always generous with his extensive knowledge and was enthusiastic to answer […]