Framing

My typical frames are made from aluminum which I treat to have a pewter-like finish, and hangers are included. I usually use s-hooks, though these can be removed quite easily if one wants to use the hangers only.

See the example below.

I have also written a short guide to hanging a stained glass panel.

A framed panel

A small glass panel with an aluminum frame

Close up of hooks

Hooks attached to a frame—s-hooks make hanging and taking down easy

Items For Sale

stained glass with gingko motif

Gingko panel

Gingko Leaves

25-3/8" wide x 8-9/16" tall (framed)
$370

This motif is derived from the beautiful Greene & Greene windows in the Gamble house in Pasadena, California.

It features a mottled background of granite catspaw glass, a classic pattern from Kokomo Opalescent Glass in Kokomo, Indiana.


Small gingko panel

Small Gingko Panel

Ginkgo Leaves: Small Panel

9-1/8" wide x 8-3/4"tall (framed)
$110

This is a small model for the larger panel.



Seed Pods

20-3/4" x 13-1/2" (framed)    
$185

The light and bright colors in this panel are of cathedral glass and when in full sunlight the colors are beautifully cast onto surrounding surfaces.


Trellis

7-1/2" wide x 9-1/2" tall (framed)
$110

This small panel is a study for a larger commission. Featured are various clear glass textures and varied shades of green accented by small red berries.


Frank Lloyd Wright Study #1

22-1/4" wide x 14-5/8" tall (framed)
$220

This panel is a fair-sized study for a much larger panel. It is based on a design of Frank Lloyd Wright; in fact, the client is a huge fan of old Frank.


A study for a larger panel

A study for a larger panel

Frank Lloyd Wright Study #2

15-1/8" wide x 15-1/8" tall (framed)
$125

The same client mentioned above built an outdoor pavilion, and this panel is a study for that larger project.


Color and Line Study

20-1/4" wide x 22-1/4" tall (framed)
$100 Sale Price

This study was done for a client who wanted a rather dark panel to cut the sunlight that fell on a wall of paintings. The deep but colorful pieces were painted with fired-on paints.

These colors cast nicely onto surrounding surfaces when the glass is directly illuminated by the sun.


 

That’s all I have for now!