Edinburgh: Rona Moody's day out
Glasgow: A Rennie Mackintosh Day
Cromer: St Peter & St Paul's stained glass
Amsterdam: the Theatre Tuschinsky
Alkmaar: in the Netherlands
RIGA 2006 Tony Banfield's sixth visit to "La Serenissima" (as Venice is known in Italy)
Scotland: Rona Moody seeks out modern stained glass in Scotland while staying in an ancient fort.
Periodically we OR YOU, get the opportunity to have a look at some stained glass
away from home. When we do, out comes the camera and we take a few photographs for all visitors to this web site to enjoy.
If you fancy trying your hand at reporting for this page or the three galleries at the top of the sirte menu, (just for the glory of course), we are only too happy to feature your efforts if they look good! Send us the photos with a few words and we will add your images to one of these pages. Please send by e-mail using the link at the bottom of the site menu (bottom left of your screen.)
We list sites from world wide.
All traditional stained glass URLs are invited for consideration.
For a URL to be considered for the registers of Studios they must conform to all of the following criteria:
The site is primarily stained glass
The premises location has been made known to us
Any studio MUST be manufacturing its own stained glass items
Resellers of glass, hardware and patterns are not eligible for inclusion in the studio registers
We reserve the right to exclude any site
You should note that this is primarily a UK site. All bona fide UK studios, professional and amateur are usually listed. Sites from abroad or overseas, will only be listed if we think they would be interesting for our UK artists and visitors.