Sunrise Stained Glass studio portfolio features contemporary stained glass church windows, and domestic and commercial stained and leaded glass windows in abstract styles and traditional designs.

Our stained glass artists have been commissioned to make windows for private homes, offices and schools across the UK. Most of our work is for places of worship requiring new stained glass church windows as an act of celebration and to mark a significant event.  We enjoy the challenge of interpreting traditional religious themes in a contemporary manner.

Glass Restoration of Antique Stained Glass:

We apply the highest of standards to glass restoration work of stained glass church windows. Our dedicated team of stained glass artists and craftsmen bring their considerable expertise and experience of glass restoration of antique stained glass to every stage of your project.

 Design Procedure:

As professional stained glass artists we strive to develop our skills and design outlook. We work on a commission basis only. After an initial discussion with the client to establish the design brief we usually prefer to visit the site with the client where the stained glass window will be installed and to discuss guidelines for the design. Our stained glass artist then translates the design into a stained glass window using etching and painting of mouth-blown antique stained glass, kiln fired pigments and a traditional leaded technique where this is called for.

CONTACT: John Tarrant, Sunrise Stained Glass Ltd, 58-60 Middle Street, Southsea, Hampshire PO5 4BP, UK. +44(0)23 9275 0512  email: info@sunriseglass.co.uk  or look at our website for more details of contemporary stained glass window commissions and modern architectural glass www.stainedglassartists.co.uk and of the studio glasspainter at www.artiststainedglass.co.uk.


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