Sunrise Art Glass is my boutique stained glass studio in Mill Valley, California, which has an east-facing view, hence the name.
My goal is to create unique stained glass projects for discerning clients who prefer high quality and attention to detail and desires over mass production. I work with both lead came and Tiffany (copper foil) methods. I love the entire process of making stained glass, from design to fabrication. However, I limit the number of projects I do each year so that it continues to be a delight rather than a chore.
I do not have regular business hours or a store front to visit, but welcome a call or email or you can use the Contact Me page to see how I may be able to help you.
There are several ways stained glass can enhance your home beyond having something pretty to hand in a window. Explore 'Why Glass?" for examples. You can also review the details of several projects.
If you have an idea for stained glass, I can help. The tools I use allow me to create samples of designs with various glass options and email them to you. I can print a full-sized pattern to hang in your home before you commit to a design or color scheme. My software allows me to overlay my design on a photo of your opening to give you a good idea of the final result, even before any glass is purchased.
Many panels can be hung with chain or fishing line. But larger full opening works can be installed semi-permanently. I recommend using framing materials on the inside of a window to give the impression of a permanent installation -- you CAN take it with you when you go!
Learn more about me and how I approach projects. Please contact me if you have a project in mind.
Explore my work to get an idea of what is possible and contact me to get started.
Small Projects and Panels for Sale
I also create small items, which are available in 2- and 3-dimensions. These include sun catchers, holiday decorations, garden stakes, candle holders, small planters, tissue box covers, picture frames, and lidded decorative boxes. I have experimented with enclosed pyramids to encase memorabilia (sand, pebbles, and shells from our travels).
I have a number of pieces that are also available for sale. They are primarily intended to be hung.