These fluorescent light covers were designed for a pair of recessed kitchen lights.
This simple cover was designed to add some warmth and character to a fluorescent kitchen light fixture.
This suncatcher was a custom wedding gift designed for a couple named Aldona and Romi. Four quartz crystals were embedded in the design at the center of the O, which is common to both of their names.
A client commissioned these 3 identical birds as gifts for 3 family members.
I designed this celtic knot for a diamond shaped window in the front door of a character home in the heart of Vancouver’s Commercial Drive neighborhood.
I designed this original lampshade for use as a bedside table lamp.
This white lampshade was made from a pattern provided by Ken Tomilson.
This suncatcher was made as a gift from four children whose names all begin with S, to their parents.
This 6″ x 6″ x 3″ jewelry box illustrates “Be With Allah” in Farsi (Persian) Calligraphy.
I adapted this Victorian design for a set of custom fir french doors built by Rainwood Contracting.
Celtic knot suncatcher, 5″ x 5″.
6″ x 9″ sailboat.
This stained glass nite lite illustrates a fairy by a pond. Design was obtained from Chantal’s Stained Glass Patterns.
This 3″ x 3″ x 2″ box is designed to hold business cards. It was created for a woodworker whose business logo is shown below. The logo was incorporated into the card holder as a Christmas gift.
This 7″ x 10″ fox was commissioned by a woman who had found the pattern online at Chantal’s Stained Glass Patterns.
This window was my first attempt at stained glass design. I had the pleasure of learning the art of stained glass making from Vancouver artist Ken Tomilson, whom I commissioned to build this piece to my specifications.