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Atomic Stained Glass Art

Each piece is unique as it is handmade.


Free UK shipping! If interested and living outside the UK please enquire and I will happily work out shipping to your location.

Bespoke items : please allow 4-6 weeks depending on season for creation of your special stained glass. Ask for a free, no-obligation consultation.

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Chapel Porth landscape

Cornish Landscapes

A series of mini windows depicting the north Cornish coast.

These examples were inspired by Wheal Coates at Chapel Porth.

The ruins of tin mines and typical undulating cliffs of pinkish stone and rough grasses are consistent across these panels.

Various sizes and complexity.

Each comes with a suction cup for safe display on windows and free UK shipping.

Painted, copper foiled and leaded  stained glass.

£64.00 each

Check availability in shop.

Ask me to create a stained glass version of your favourite view!

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Full Moon over Sidmouth

The headland is lit by a full moon, with nearby cliffs covered in foliage.

165mm x 185mm

Painted, copper foiled and leaded  stained glass.


Check availability in shop.

Ask me to create a stained glass version of your favourite view!

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Landscapes incorporating animals are often available in the shop.

Blue Moon & Poppy Landscape

200mm x 100mm

Painted, copper foiled and leaded stained glass.

£64  with free UK delivery.

Check availability in the shop.

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Commissions & Gallery

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Mr Crow Landscape

This was a commission from a lovely lady in Texas! A large, hanging stained glass panel with the characters and colours she particularly specified.  The crow was the main focus and blue green glass is revealed in the painting to give him a flash of oily colours in his feathers.

Coincidentally, during the making process, I was reading a novel set in Texas where black birds (with blue flashes) called grackles were described. I got very excited thinking maybe this character could be a grackle and be local to Texas. (On looking them up they are a little different). Chatting with my commissioner about this she tells me she has a friend who feeds the grackles every day. They are so intelligent that they bring her little gifts when they know she is due to give them food! We decided to call the snail shell and acorn cup within this piece gifts from Mr Crow.

As this is free hanging it is finished with a metal frame for structure and strength.

I really loved making this and can't wait to see photos in situ - will add here when I get them!

Peak district transom
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It's been lots of fun to create this stained glass transom, not least because my commissioners are old friends. Luckily one of them was able to turn her hand to wood-working and fitted the panel in a most professional way!

Coombes Edge Transom

This large transom was designed by workshopping with my commissioners, exploring their local views, on the edge of the Peak District, hearing about the history of their lovely house and incorporating elements that are important to them.

This piece is packed with personal themes: Stanley Strutt was a young man who used to live in this house but died in WW1. The poppies are a memorial to him.

There is a Mill tucked into the landscape which relates to the village's history - there are still mills and ruins of similar throughout the village. Curling ferns are prevalent locally and are a nod to an old friend. 'Whoda thowt it' is the name for the spit & sawdust public house that this home used to be! 

Jackdaws flock together in the area every morning & evening, trees are important to this couple and they themselves are represented enjoying the landscape, as they do daily, walking their dogs in the centre!

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Birtle day
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The Renovation of Old Birtle

This beautiful 15th Century cottage is being completely renovated.

'Birtle' is old English for 'Birch Hill' and this really describes the landscape in the area. The commissioners for this piece wanted these two internal windows to reflect their local landscape, including dramatic hills, birch trees, ruined mills and the plants found in their garden. Also included are the family pets, Mabel the dog and Reggie the cat. There is a beam carved with the date 1671, which makes 2021 a 350 year anniversary so we added these dates.

This project started during lockdown so we had video conversations to discuss the windows and this helped me see where they'd be situated - light is important with stained glass!

Careful measuring of window areas and sharing of photos for inspiration got the project underway. We decided to do two landscape-based windows, one daytime, one evening. This keeps them related (they will be seen within the same wall from one room) but with contrasts in look and feel.  Six weeks later two windows are ready to be installed.

If you'd like to see more about this renovation project search 'The Renovation of Old Birtle' on Facebook.

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Each of these stained glass designs is unique. Many use varying techniques and processes.

Designs may be re-used but the nature of the hand-made piece and variations in the glass itself mean that each finished item is different. 

Yours will be a one-off! 

Please read dimension information especially if viewing site via mobile. Some pieces may look smaller /out of proportion to their neighbours.

Please see the process page for more information on how these are made.

Please feel free to ask for something similar or something totally different - a bespoke commission!

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