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Mosaic Windows

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A Park Lake



I used the client's old Park Lake cabin window to create this mosaic as a gift to her daughter. I incorporated their grandmother's china into the piece, used white grout and 3 layers of sealer. 

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A Day at

Park Lake


The client wanted to have this beautiful summer day at Park Lake transformed into a stained glass mosaic on one of her old cabin windows. If you look closely, I embedded pieces of her grandmother's china. This special gift was given to her daughter for Christmas.  

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The Tree

of Life


This special mosaic has over 700 pieces of stained glass in it. Using brown grout on the tree and white grout for the rest of the piece, this old junk window was transformed into a beautiful 'tree of life'.

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 American Flag

This American Flag consists of more than 1,200 pieces of stained glass and is made on one of the original Kelly House windows in Flemingsburg.


Built in 1867, this home was a hotspot for caring for Civil War soldiers.  

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606 Sales & Events, LLC

This new and innovative company wanted their logo replicated into a mosaic on a vintage window to display in their sale ring.

Black and white glass pieces were used for the logo while a variety of clear textured glass was used to complete the project.

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Peoples Bank of Kentucky

This piece was so fun! Clear textured glass pieces surround the kelly green Peoples Bank of Kentucky leaf. White grout and a satin black frame completed the project.

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Sunset at the Lake

Cranberry and black iridescent glass brought this mosaic to life. 

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This 36" X 36" window consists of over 1,000 pieces of stained glass in a variety of textures and colors. The u-pick berry farm is located in Flemingsburg, KY and home to blueberries, blackberries, raspberries and strawberries!

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