2013 > 2018
“A window is a vessel. A pervious border where exterior becomes interior, where two spaces are both separated and joined.”
Colored glass is cut to size, following the designed pattern.
The glass pieces are either painted, screenprinted, etched or left blank.
Lead profiles are cut, bended and soldered to construct a metal network that holds the glass pieces together.
Each window is designed for the specific context and is manufactured by means of traditional stained glass techniques.
Design for a vitral
ink on paper, 2017, 6.5×8.5cm
textured transparant glass, Lamberts antique glass, lead, metal frame, led backlight, 57x85cm, 2018
WWalter, bar menu
textured transparant glass, Lamberts uberfang glass, lead, yellow copper, led tubes, 58x123cm, 2018
Seefhoek, design for a a roof light
ink on paper, 36x10cm, 2015
Rue Fin, vitral for a private home
St Juste antique glass, Lamberts uberfang glass, black opaque glass, mirror glass, lead, niche, natural light, 28x37x1cm, 2013
Bierbeek, vitral for a private home
transparant window glass, Lamberts antique glass, grisaille paint, silver stain, lead, wooden window frames, natural light, 235x106cm, 2017
The river grows
transparant window glass, grisaille paint, sreenprint, lead, 110x224cm, 2016
Glass painting samples
transparant window glass, various grisaille paints and enamels, 2014
No more square windows 02
St Juste antique glass, grisaille paint, silver stain, walnut, 22x33cm, 2014
Willem de Zwijger, vitral for a private home
Lamberts antique glass, silver stain, lead, natural light, 55x82cm, 2016
AZ Alma, design for two vitrals
ink on paper, (2x) 9x16cm, 2017