Gomm Stained Glass
Jeanne designs most of the panels, David refines the designs and cuts the glass, then we both assemble and install the windows. The biggest panel we've made so far was the 100 square foot installation in the North Gallery of the Covey Center For The Arts in Provo, Utah. We are also honored to be able to work with historical LDS illustrator and painter, Lynde Mott. Her additional guidance and help has helped us take our artwork to another level of complexity and beauty.
Recent projects include a front entry inspired by the 1908 work of Greene & Greene (famous for their oriental inspired bungalow architecture), Front door panels and room divider panels for a ski lodge in Park City, Larry Millers' cabin in Idaho, and Keith Bartons' home in Alpine. We also shipped a large sign to the Knob Gallery in Wisconsin and one of the Women of Faith panels to Florida. We created a youtube video of a recent install of "The Dance Of Life." and we installed about 85 square feet in a grand entry in Salt Lake City.
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