Category: organic designs

Oak Tree Leaded Glass Entry

This project started with a visit to the site in Tehachapi, California. Walking the site with the client, it became clear that the subject of the window would be the old Oak trees that grew from rock out-croppings with a background inspired by the sweeping landscape of Central California.

Leaded Glass Wisteria and Oak Door Windows

We just installed a pair of windows for a home designed by Walter Steilberg in the 1920’s. The original plans show leaded glass in the two main entry doors that were highly geometric abstractions. The homeowner hired me to design and build windows that retained the framework and introduced a more organic design.

Japanese Black Pine Fireplace Sidelights

New Wisteria Entry

We shipped this custom wisteria design to it’s new home in Southern California last month. The mullion pattern suggested a trellis so a wisteria design made sense. I’ll post site pics as soon as they become available.

The Glass We Use

Here’s a detail from a window we made for a home in Georgia. The glass in the tree, background and flowers was made in Oregon, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Indiana. The bird is made out of blown glass remnants made by Evan Chambers in Pasadena, California. I met Evan 7 years ago at the […]