Recent ProjectsSome examples of my work, with guide prices. Measurements are approximate. Click image or text to scroll neatly into view.
Sunset behind Rowans
25cm x 50cm panel
This window was designed for an aperture that looked out onto a footpath. The view is completely obscured to improve privacy and security.
The design transforms a dull view into a dramatic focal point. The stylised trees and hills draw the eye to a fantastical land, creating the distant perspective that is absent from the real view. The colours are deliberately vibrant, grabbing the attention and radiating warm colours into the room.
20cm x 60cm panel
This panel for a front door obscures the view, so that passersby cannot look in.The design reflects the client's love of the Art Nouveau, in the flowing lines and careful use of rich colours.
She wanted something very personal. The three red buds represent her three children.
3 panels, 15cm x 120cm
The client wanted to increase the light in her house throughout the day. By changing a solid internal door to one with space for glazing, light could spread from the front to rear of the property in the morning, and from the rear to the front in the afternoon.
Our starting point was a fabric with a Japanese design. The flowing lines express movement in the water. The simple colours and shapes enhance the sense of peace in the rooms that they light.
100cm x 100cm
This piece is installed in the end of a veranda. It provides some privacy from the road nearby.
My starting point was some existing panels in the front door of the house. I interpreted these in my own fashion, rather than apeing the style.
The Cyclamen flowers decrease in size toward the top of the window, giving a sense of perspective, drawing the imaginary eye into the distance and expanding the sense of space. The sparing use of colour is intended both to maximise the light and to express the sparse colours of springtime. The arching lines give a feeling of lyric movement, growth and new life.
40cm x 120cm
This is an internal window. It obscures the view into a bedroom, but allows light through.
This abstract form can be interpreted in many ways. It can represent a female form, with cherishing hands cupped round the face. Another interpretation may be of a flowerbud, reaching up toward the light.
Fairy pig suncatcher
This suncatcher was designed for a little girl's bedroom. Based on a favourite cartoon character.
Eagle's wings suncatcher
This roundel was an anniversary gift based on a significant bible verse. As the eagles wings lift upward, arms of blessing reach down, embracing and protecting.
Fritillaries mirror panels
30cm x 40cm
Inserted into a wooden double glazed unit. The existing frame was quite deep. The panels were an exact fit and were wedged in on the inside.
These panels obscure a bathroom window. As they include some mirror glass, they reflect some light back into the room.
This was an early work, inspired by Rennie Mackintosh.