Category: Oakland

Sullivanesque Leaded Glass Windows

Inspired by the ornamental glass designs of Louis Sullivan and Purcell and Elmslie, these windows were commissioned for a home here in Oakland where a balance of privacy and light transmission was desired. I localized the design by creating an oak and acorn motif rather than the acanthus leaf favored by Sullivan. By using lead […]

On View at the Oakland Museum

When you go see the Daniel Clowes exhibition at the Oakland Museum, be sure to see my leaded glass window on view not far from the Diebenkorns, Langes, Arnesons and McMillans. Don’t ask anyone where it is even though it’s installed as part of the Permanent Collection. I was able to smuggle in a camera […]