Modern art line design for the contemporary stained and leaded glass windows installed at the historical house in Richmond Hill. Simple minimal geometry, powerful art lines, textured clear art glass to add privacy to the high traffic areas and block and the unpleasant view from the window
This contemporary double entrance front door inserts with a transom window was one of the first independent commissions that I created for the client in Oakville back in 2003. As a young glass artist, I was very lucky to meet a client with an artistic background and cooperate on this project to reflect the unique contemporary style of living of the family. At that time I was adored by colours and intricate linework of Curtis R Doll Jr. His clear stained and leaded glass windows with beautiful geometry and intricate linework inspired me to create this door set inserts paying close attention to linework. Ever since I treat lines not as a technical element to connect different pieces of glass but as a strong visual language to express and transform the interior space with light and glass. This project set a starting point for a large series of art glass in my portfolio
Additionally, for the same client, we created a set of suspended stained and leaded art glass panels for the double-height family room
Contemporary abstract stained glass front door transom for an entrance hall of a custom-built home in Forest Hill, Toronto. Minimal design with clear textured art glasses and red stained glass jewels laminated to clear bevelled glass to accent decorative glass panel. This modern front door transom window was a part of a large commission to create stained glass art windows for the living space >>
In 2007 we completed a large set of modern design stained and leaded glass windows for a client in St. Catherine. Full size leaded glass sidelights for a front door, a bathroom oval window and 2 stained glass windows for bedrooms – all panels were developed in one modern geometric style with random artistic lines. The challenging task of this design was to overlay abstract irregular artistic lines over the regular pattern of existing grills of insulated units. The design was developed using clear textured architectural glasses with bevelled glass and crystal stained glass jewels as textured assents. Asymmetrical abstract thick lead lines are incorporated into a regular pattern of the windows grills
Contemporary and modern stained glass windows design for the custom-built residence in Vancouver. Stained glass windows were installed in a kitchen/dining room area to brighten the space, add character and privacy to the windows. The glass used in composition brings contrast in texture and color: cold sculptured Duncan glue-chip and Lambert’s hot mouth-blown glass Remi, cold polished beveled glass, and fused glass accent globes.