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This playful panel is featured in the party area at the Burger King restaurant in Park Ridge, IL.


A Custom Stained And Beveled Glass Boutique Studio


STAINED GLASS AND BEVELED GLASS
OUTSIDE THE CHURCH AND HOME

Art Glass In Other Public Places


This colorful elementary school entryway in Chicago, IL, provides a daily welcome for students and teachers.


The colorful elementary school entryway shown here provides a daily welcome for students and teachers. Inspiring messages facing those coming into the building are painted on the blue panels seen in the windows above.


This Tuscan scene is featured in the window of a demonstration kitchen in a high end appliance store, Glen Ellyn, IL.
It is just one example of the way art glass can be used to enhance our everyday surroundings at work, at school, at leisure, or just going about our regular activities. Other examples of stained glass outside the home and church can be seen elsewhere on this page, throughout our website and in the section on public art glass in our Glass Galleries.


We are available to serve commerical clients across the United States from our stained glass studio located in suburban Chicago, Illinois.


Our skylight will be the highlight of this bank lobby.  We also built the windows behind the tellers' stations.  This newly constructed bank is in Gurnee, IL.

This is one of the vignettes depicting campus like at the Allendale Association school, Lake Villa, IL.




One of the panels in the wall between the circulation desk and an office area at the Glen Ellyn Public Library, Glen Ellyn, IL.



















Inspirational windows and door in chapel at Lawndale Christian Health Center, Chicago, IL.



This Frank Lloyd Wright-styled panel is above the door of a store in the terminal of Midway Airport, Chicago, IL.  Built by another studio, we completely restored it when it was damaged before installation.



This window separates 2 bank work areas and harkens back to the old-time bank teller cages.