By Sarita Nitka. The Mysterious Lady in this stained glass picture is thought to be a chorus girl of the early 1900’s. Her gentleman friend has escorted her to the hall where she will dance the night away. Sarita created this glass piece from a faded sketch found in an antique dresser in the attic of her summer home at Chapman’s Lake, Pennsylvania. The piece was named for Sarita’s granddaughter and will hang in her grandaugherer’s home.
Dragon in Stained Glass
By Rhoda Schein This stained glass picture won 1st in Catagory – (wall hangings) at the 1996 Wynmoor Art Festival. Rhoda is from a family of artists and every piece she creates is a winner.
Stained Glass Vase
By Morty Zamore This magnificent vase, crafted by Morty Zamore, won 2nd Prize in the 1996 Wynmoor Art Festival. The piece was made in the facilities of the Stained Glass Club of Wynmoor. Hats off to Morty for such a beautiful job.
Nude in Stained Glass
By Mickey Weissman This “Eye Catcher” is a popular pattern amongst the members of the Wynmoor Stained Glass Club. It has been made several times. The artists vary the colors according to their individual tastes. Mickey states that it was fun to do and is a conversation piece in her home. It hangs on her sliding door leading to her terrace.
By John Zimmerman Construction: Frame (Ribs):Twisted coper wire covered with solder. Filler (between ribs):Stained glass Candle Holders: Brass discs and short lengths of copper tubing.(All leaded) Size:14″ wide by 9″ high Work done entirely in the Wynmoor Stained Glass Studio.
By Mickey Weissman This outstanding “Sun Catcher” of “Tiger Lilies” measures approximately 20 by 24 inches. It was crafted as a gift to the artist’s daughter and now hangs in her home in New Jersey. The window that this piece adorns also overlooks a garden where live lilies compliment the beautiful stained glass work. Mickey has been working with stained glass for over five years and has completed numerous projects. She states that this hobby is very rewarding and provides her with a great amount of enjoyment.
Yellow Fin Tuna
By Ann Stringer Ann Stringer completed this stunning “Sun Catcher” in 1989. Ann was a novice craftsperson at the time she undertook the project. She presented The Yellow Fin Tuna to her son-in-law, Stanley, who is an avid fisherman. The piece measures 44 by 15 inches and now hangs in Stanley’s home in Westbury, New York. The pattern, designed by a friend, is an original. This work of art was awarded First Place in the Wynmoor Art Show of 1989
Window Panels in Stained Glass
By Ann Stringer and Gert Katz Ann and Gert worked jointly on this project in order to craft this beautiful two panel window. This work was awarded Honorable Mention at the 1997 Wynmoor Art Festival. The Stained Glass Club of Wynmoor is proud to share Ann and Gert’s work with our web site visitors and are looking forward to exhibiting many more of their stained glass creations.
Tree of Life
By Sarita Nitka The Tree of Life is a three piece mural depicting the landscape overlooking the city of Jerusalem. The drawing is an original by the artist and the mural hangs in her daughter’s home which, coincidentally, overlooks the city of Jerusalem.
White Heron in Stained Glass
This beautiful window, depicting a white heron in a tropical setting, was completed in 1997 by Manny Hirschfield. The window is installed in his daughter’s home in Coral Springs, Florida.
This synagogue in stained glass was crafted by Felix Reisner in the Wynmoor Glass Studio. The work is a replica of one of the two largest synagogues in Lodz, Poland. The synagogue was destroyed by the Germans in 1939 and has never been rebuilt. The interior of this beautiful piece is complete to the last detail.