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John Kenneth Clark - Glasspainter - Stained Glass Artist - Architectural Glass Artist - Glasmaler - Main Index Glasspainter Stained Glass Artist John Kenneth Clark www.glasspainter.com The Site I haven't been updating this site regularly for a while, hopefully I will now. The concept here is to allow a great deal of information to be viewed here, from this first page, without having to click and wait. There are more stained glass projects within this site than I can show here on the first index. All can be reached by using the navigation buttons above. The rest of the web site will be modified to follow this concept over time, probably one index after another. I want to keep the richness of information contained within my website for the more interested viewer, but allow a very fast overview of the content of the site for those looking for a quick impression or the simply curious. This page should be seen as a sample sheet where stained glass images from different projects and information about the projects can be can be quickly viewed. To go into more depth, use the navigation buttons above. The project button beneath each image is a short description of that project giving the name of the project and dimensions and under which index the project can be viewed. On the navigation bar, I have added NEW. This, as could be expected, shows new features or indexes that I have added to the site. Introduction I have built and maintain this site as an online mainly stained glass resource showing what I do and sometimes how it is done. I find that being able to show my work as I want it to be seen and for it to be within reach of a wider audience than the established media and publishing possibilities will generally allow to be, is one of the great advantages of the internet. The work that is contained within this site was all commissioned. That is, ordered. I know that it can be intimidating for people to contact an artist and to trust a project to someone they don't know. But I hope that by looking around this site and seeing what I have created for my clients that some of the uncertainty will be removed. In the next box, have posed some questions that I am typically asked when someone is interested in commissioning a project, and then have given brief answers. If you have any further questions or want fuller explanations then please contact me or one of my representatives. Contact information is available from the main index. Commissioning Where do the projects come from? I am commissioned by an individual or group of people to create a work for a specific location or function. I am basically a commissioned artist. So how does this work? There are many ways and no fixed rules, I have been contacted by individuals, committees, agents, architects and so on. You contact me and we see what is the best way to begin a project. Do we need to supply the theme or the concept? I find it good to have a starting point, a reference from where I can begin but this comes about in many ways. I have had fixed briefs with definite content, a text, a piece of music, the life of an individual or institution or just a discussion where the brief is subsequently agreed and formulated. How is a design presented? Usually as a scaled watercolour design. I like however to present designs at a half way stage for discussion with the clients. How much does this cost? It depends entirely on what I am asked to do. The design fee will be agreed at the outset. Can you work to a budget? Indeed, almost every work has an agreed budget. How long does it take to make the work? Again it depend on how much is involved and how many projects I am working on. An idea of how long it will take will be given with the design and deadlines can be agreed. Can you supply world-wide? Yes indeed, the studio where I make my work is a large studio used by many artists from all over the world and there is no difficulty in sending the work anywhere. Short Biography Born in Dumbarton, Scotland Studied in the Glasgow School of Art, Department of Murals and Stained Glass where I graduated in 1980 as BA. Further study in GSA to MA degree. Lecturer in Stained Glass until 1985. Since 1985 I have been a freelance stained glass artist. I established a studio in Scotland and worked there until 1990. Since 1990, I have made all of my work in the Derix Studios in Germany. Awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Paisley in 2003 Some Commissions Lockerbie Memorial Window Dec. 1991 Lesser Town Hall Lockerbie. Dim: 3 @ 2290 x 815mm and 3 @ 920 x 815mm. Dim: 4 @ 1.8Mt x 55cm, 1 @ 2.3 x 70, Tracery The Millennium Window Jun 1999, Glasgow Cathedral, Glasgow. Theme : Growth 3 lancets, 1 - 5Mt x 70cm, 2 - 4Mt x 50cm The Falklands War Memorial Window Nov 1999, Pangbourne College, Pangbourne. Dim: 144 - 45cm x 45cm The Alexander Stone Memorial Window Nov. 2000, Hutchesons' Grammar School, Glasgow Dim: 18 panels 1.7Mt x 0.94Mt End of the Age of Innocence Pinehurst, North Carolina 2005, Dim 1.92Mt x 1.00M Domaine Mechtildshausen Sep. 2005, 2 Windows on a theme of the Elements Dim : 7 panels various sizes, 1 panel 1.60Mt x 1Mt Past - Future Former Synagogue, Hirshberg, Germany Apr. 2006, 2 Circular Windows Dim : 1 panel 1.23Mt, 1 panel 1.34Mt Project Title End of the Age of Innocence Description Single Staircase Window Location Private House North Carolina Dimensions Dim 1.92Mt x 1.00Mt Date completed July 2005 Text It was commissioned for a Private House in North Carolina in the USA. I was asked to create a symbolic work with a medieval quality. This is what I have come up with. Although the symbolism is medieval in origin, there are layers of interpretation here, that at this moment in time, seem appropriate. Technique Stained Glass, Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, extensive multi-layer glass etching, glass painting and silver-staining Index Figurative, Symbolic Project Title Amberg- Ammersricht Description A symbolic project made up of 64 panels Location Amberg- Ammersricht. Germany Dimensions 2 @ 28M x 1450mm Date completed July 1996 Text 2 sets of 8 panels on the theme of the Old and New Testament Themes from the Book of Revelation. New Jerusalem and River of Life. Light band made up of 48 sections Technique Stained Glass, Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, extensive multi-layer glass etching, glass painting and silver-staining Index Symbolic Project Title Glasgow Cathedral - Millenium Window Description A three lancet window on the north side of Glasgow Cathedral Location Glasgow Cathedral, Scotland Dimensions 3 lancets, 1 - 5Mt x 70cm, 2 - 4Mt x 50cm Date completed June 1999 Text The year 2000 is the recognized or observed anniversary of the Birth of Christ, therefore this window should relate to the life or teaching of Christ. There are very few references on the theme of GROWTH in the New Testament. One teaching that does seem relevant is the Parable of the Sower and some of the related parables. This parable works on several levels and deals directly with the three aspects of growth that were outlined in the brief. A series of parables have been written and symbolized. Technique Stained Glass, Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, extensive multi-layer glass etching, glass painting and silver-staining Index Symbolic, textual Project Title Alexander Stone Memorial Windows Description A series of 18 panels using quotations to illustrate the long history of this school Location Hutchesons' Grammar School, Glasgow Dimensions Dim: 18 panels 1.7Mt x 0.94Mt Date completed Nov. 2000 Text This work was commissioned by Hutchesons’ Grammar School in Glasgow as a Memorial to Sir Alexander Stone who was a great benefactor of the School. It was an unusual project for me as there is no design as such, it is a project using quotations which encapsulate the history of this school which was established in 1648. Technique Slumped Float Glass Index textual Project Title Queen‘s Park Synagogue - Rosh Chodesh Description A series of 22 windows of various dimensions Location Made for Queen’s Park Synagogue, Now in Giffnock Synagogue Dimensions Dim: 8 @ 1500 x 600mm, 2 @ 750 x 600mm, 8 @ 2000 x 650mm semi-circle. 1 large triptych window and 1 half dome. 20 sq/mts. Date completed 1992 Text The smallest window of a series of windows originally commissioned for Queen’s Park Synagogue, in Glasgow and now displayed in Giffnock Synagogue. They are on the theme of the Jewish Festivals. The picture of the dome at the bottom of this page was the largest window within this commission. Technique Stained Glass, Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, extensive multi-layer glass etching, glass painting and silver-staining Index Symbolic, synagogue Project Title Beirut Hostages - Captivity and Freedom Description Two windows commemorating the Captivity and Freedom of the British Hostages in Beirut Location Broxted, Essex Dimensions 2 @ 2000mm x 300mm plus Tracery, 2 @ 2400mm x 45mm plus tracery Date completed 1993 Text It was designed and made to mark the captivity and freedom of the Beirut Hostages, specifically, John McCarthy, Brian Keenan and Terry Waite. The windows are located in the Church which the McCarthy family attended and was a focal point for those working for the release of the hostages. I used a cubist approach to give a sense of the confinement and the captivity window is almost entirely black and white. Technique Stained Glass, Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, glass etching, glass painting and silver-staining Index Church, Symbolic Project Title Newlands Chuch Description 3 windows on the themes of The last Supper, in the Garden of Gethsemane and the Supper at Emmaus Location St Margrets, Newlands, Glasgow Dimensions Dim: 3 - 1.2Mt x 61cm Date completed Nov. 2002 Text Three windows based on scenes from the New Testament. The hands at the base of the window represent christ so the stylized scenes that are depicted in these windows are seen from His point of view. The themes are : The Last Supper The Garden of Gethsemane The Supper at Emmaus Technique Stained Glass, Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, extensive multi-layer glass etching, glass painting and silver-staining Index Church, Figurative Project Title Bowdon Synagogue Description four sets of four panels depicting the Major Jewish Festivals Location Bowdon Synagogue, South Manchester Dimensions 4 panels 1.10mt x 0.71Mts , 12 panels : 1Mt x 0.60Mt Date completed 2005 Text This project was the first part of a larger scheme for the new Synagogue in Bowdon. Along the upper gallery, the center 4 windows have been filled with windows depicting the major Jewish Festivals of Rosh Hoshanah and Yom Kippur, Pesach, Shavuot and Sukkot. Technique Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, extensive multi-layer etching, painting and silver-staining Index Symbolic, Synagogue Project Title Hirschberg - Former Synagogue Description 2 Abstract Round Windows for a former Synagogue Location Hirshberg, Germany Dimensions Dim : 1 panel 1.23Mt, 1 panel 1.34Mt Date completed April 2006 Text Being for a former synagogue in Hirschberg - Leuternhausen, near Heidelberg in Germany, obviously, this project had to be treated with even more than the usual sensitivity to the building. Two circular windows in which I have treated in an abstract manner, depicting the past and present use of this building which is now a Culture Center. Technique Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, extensive multi-layer etching, painting. Index Abstract, Synagogue Project Title Kilmacolm Old Kirk Description Window in 3 sections Location Kilmacolm, Scotland Dimensions Dim: 3 x 1.6Mt x 70cm Date completed Dec. 2002 Text A memorial window dedicated to the memory of Miss Betty Peden-Fyfe. The following text from Malachi was the given theme of the work. ”see if I will not open the windows of heaven for you and pour down for you an overflowing blessing” The concept of Christ as ”the Light of the world ” Technique Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, extensive multi-layer etching, painting and silver-staining Index Church, Figurative, symbolic, textual Project Title University of Strathclyde, Description A series of three Windows to mark the Bi-centenary of the founding of the Institution that has become the UNiversity of Strathclyde. Location The Barony, Glasgow Dimensions 3 X 2140mm x 700mm Date completed Apr. 1996. Text This project was commissioned by The University of Strathclyde in 1995 to mark the Bicentenary of the founding of the institution that has become the University of Strathclyde. Universities and places of learning function as a source of learning and knowledge, not because of buildings and structures, but because by using letters, numbers, signs and symbols, knowledge can be stored and passed through the generations. This is the basis for this concept. Technique Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, extensive multi-layer etching, painting and silver-staining Index Secular, Textual Project Title Dumbarton - Riverside Window Description A window made up of 28 sections built into an existing frame. Location Riverside Church Dimensions Overall Dim : Date completed Sep. 2002 Text A window continuing the text symbolism theme. In this case, the text acts like a veil over the symbols beneath. The lettering consists of two quotations, one Old Testament and One New Testament. Part of the brief was that the window should act like a beacon, therefore two quotations using the theme of fire. Technique Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, extensive multi-layer etching, painting and silver-staining Index Church, symbolic, textual Project Title The Falklands War Memorial Window Description Location Pangbourne College Dimensions Dim: 144 - 45cm x 45cm Date completed Nov. 1999 Text A window to act as a focal point of a church built to the memory of those who died during the Falklands War. The given theme was ”Peace out of Chaos” and I have concentrated on huge effort that was made to retake these islands. Technique Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, extensive multi-layer etching, painting and silver-staining Index Church, symbolic Project Title Tribute to John Muir Description A series of four abstract landscapes based on the writings of John Muir. ONe large slumped window containing a quotation from John Muir. Location Oran Mor, Glasgow Dimensions Dim: 4 x 1.58 Mt x 0.55Mt 1 slumped panel - Dim : 2.5Mt x 1.2Mt Date completed 2007 Text Picture taken in the studio. The panels will be spaced widely apart. The room in which these windows will be installed, Nov. 2007, will be called the John Muir Room. The concept is based on the writings of John Muir and are four abstract compositions that give a suggestion of landscape. The text window is based on a quotation from John Muir. Technique Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, extensive multi-layer etching, painting and silver-staining Index Secular, abstract, textual Project Title The Pibroch Windows Description 3 Windows based on Pibroch - Canntaireachd Location Piping Centre in Glasgow Dimensions Dim. 3 @ 2300mm x 900mm Date completed Sep. 1996 Text Pibroch is the classical music for the Scottish Bagpipe, Canntaireachd is the sung form of Pibroch. Continuing with my interest in combining text and symbolism, I have used here the sung form of the music and the images and symbolism that the music implies. Technique Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, extensive multi-layer etching, painting and silver-staining Index Secular, textual, symbolic Project Title Fundamental Elements Description Part of the second phase of windows made for the Domaine. Location Domaine Mechtildshausen Dimensions 1.60Mt x 1Mt Date completed Sep. 2005, Text The last part of a series of six windows based on an abstract concept of the Fundamental Elements such as fire, water, and so on. For this set of windows, I began working with a concept that I call “controlled spontaneity“ where both the design and making of the work contain a certain quality of randomness. These windows are made using complicated repeat etching. Technique Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, extensive multi-layer etching, painting and silver-staining Index Secular, abstract Project Title Gullane Parish Church - Windows on a theme of Local Creation Description 3 windows on the West Gable of this building Location Dimensions Dim 1 circle 1.4mts 2 arched windows 1.10Mt x 0.74Mt Date completed Nov. 2003 Text The work should be atmospheric, spiritual and poetic rather than directly religious in content. I found that in the discussions with the church members the symbolism led me to think in terms of a local Creation Window. I have therefore treated the three sections as belonging to one overall concept. The circular window has a dynamic of its own which I have increased. The two lower windows which can be viewed from quite close contain local themes and images personal to the donor. Technique Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, extensive multi-layer etching, painting and silver-staining Index church, symbolic Project Title The Lockerbie Memorial Window Description Window made up of 6 sections Location Lesser Town Hall Lockerbie. Dimensions Dim: 3 @ 2290 x 815mm and 3 @ 920 x 815mm Date completed Dec. 1991 Text This window was commissioned following the tragedy of Pan Am Flight 103 which occurred on the 21st of December 1988 and struck the Scottish town of Lockerbie. It was also made clear that the window should be a ”memorial” of the disaster and not, in any way a reminder. It was decided that the only area which could safely be explored was that of the flags of the nations of the people killed. Technique Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, extensive multi-layer etching, painting and silver-staining Index Secular, memorial Project Title Cafe Gandolfi, A Flock of Fishes Description Two panels suspended on a metal frame within the interior of this famous Glasgow Cafe Location Cafe Gandolfi - Glasgow Dimensions Main panels, 1520 x 1060mm. Date completed 1984 and 1987 Text These are the oldest windows that I have on my web site to date. They have become very well known because of their presence in this landmark Cafe in Glasgow. I see them often when I am in Glasgow. Technique Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, etching, painting and silver-staining Index Secular Project Title The Christ Windows, Holy Trinity Church, Shanghai. Description The first phase of the Holy Trinity Project was to create three windows taken from events in the Life of Christ. These are The Baptism, The Garden of Gethsemene and the Ascension. Location The Holy Trinity Church, Shanghai. Dimensions Dim. 3 x 3.5mts x 0.75mts Date completed 2011 Text The concept from the clients here was to make new windows that feel as though they were from the time that the building was first erected, 1870 aprox. This was the first phase of the project for three windows behind the altar. Technique Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, extensive etching, painting and silver-staining Index Church, symbolic, figurative Project Title Stonelaw Chuch, The Dawson Bequest Window< Description Five lancets and tracery, on the theme of the Holy Spirit Location Stonelaw Church in Rutherglen, Scotland Dimensions 4 @ 1.8Mt x 55cm, 1 @ 2.3 x 70, Tracery Date completed Jan. 1999 Text This window was made on the theme of the workings of the Holy Spirit. It is another version of the text and symbolism concept that so interested me at the time. The tracery is entirely New Testament quotations and the main lancets are text with symbolism. Technique Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, extensive multi-layer etching, painting and silver-staining Index Church, symbolic, textual Project Title Domaine Mechtildshausen - Fundamental Elements Description The first four windows for this project for the entrance way to the Market Hall Location Domaine Mechtildshausen, near Wiesbaden Dimensions 2 x 2.5 Mts x 0.82Mts , 2 x 1.7Mts x 0.82Mts Date completed July. 2003 Text The first series of windows for the Domaine based on the concept of Fundamental Elements. They were the first purely abstract windows I have made and began the series of the ”Controlled Spontaneity” that I am still working with. Technique Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, extensive multi-layer etching and silver-staining Index Secular, abstract Project Title Glenmorangie Still Room Description This is a window based on the Pictish Stone located at Lybster in the North East of Scotland. Glenmorangie use a stylized form of the central part of this image as thier crest seen on the label of each bottle of Glenmorangie whisky. Location Glenmorangie Distilery, Lybster, Scotland. Dimensions Central Panel 1.30Mt x 1.30Mt Date completed 2010 Text An amazing and unusual project for the Glenmorangie Distillery. The window is located high on the North wall of the Still Room, where the whisky is produced. The design is based on the relief sculpted Pictish Stone found at Lybster. The Window itself is a relief sculpted panel created by melting glass into a relief sculpted mold. The glass used for this project was Bullseye Glass. Index abstract, symbolic Project Title Oakshaw Trinity Church - The Heritage Window Description Single window marking the unification of four churches Location Oakshaw Trinity Church, Paisley, Scotland Dimensions 900mm x 2700mm Date completed 1996 Text Theme of Separation and Re-unification. This window was commissioned to mark the reunification of four churches situated in very close to one another in Paisley in Scotland. The window is not located in the main part of the church but in a side room which contains the history of the churches. It was completed in 1996 and unveiled by HRH The Princess Royal. Technique Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, etching, painting and silver-staining Index Church, symbolic Project Title Queen’s Park Synagogue Description Half Dome. Location Formerly Queen‘s Park Synagogue - presently in storage Dimensions 20 sq/mts Date completed 1992 Text The largest window in the synagogue and not really part of the theme of The Jewish Festivals. Following the closure of Queen’s Park, this work was removed and at present is in storage until we find something suiable to do with it. Technique Mouth Blown Antique Flashed Glass, extensive multi-layer etching, painting and silver-staining Index synagogue, abstract, textual 11a Maxwell Drive Glasgow G41 5DR, GB Tel (44) 141 429 0987 Rheinallee 7 55118 Mainz Tel. (49) 6131 890 2552

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