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 Custom designed stained glass and fused glass
pieces to meet all of your design needs. 

Sample Works

Paul Bernacki

Custom Glass Design
Mushroom
Quilt Pattern
Crocus
Guinness Harp
Quilt Pattern
Chili Peppers
Quilt Pattern
Trali Open Sign
Sunset
Flowers

I can design and make all kinds of glass projects from start to completion!

Meet The Artist:

Paul Bernacki

Artist & Craftsman

 

 

Paul has been creating glass designs for over 20 years.  From windows, to terrariums, to lamp shades, to sun-catchers, he has made it all.  Recently he has added fused glass to his repertoire and is currently experimenting with spoon rests, bowls, and other fused glass designs.  

Want a Custom Order?

Let's make it happen

1

Pick your Item

The first step is for you to decide what type of item you want made.  I can use both stained glass and fused glass methods, each of which lends itself to different project types.  Below are some project ideas to help you get the ideas flowing.


 

Stained Glass

 

  • Windows

  • Doors

  • Sun Catchers

  • Chistmas Ornaments

  • Window Hangs

  • Jewelry Boxes


 

Fused Glass

 

  • Bowls & Plates

  • Spoon Rests

  • Wishing Stones

  • Necklace Pendants

  • Butter Dishes

  • Sun Catchers


 

2

Decide on a Design

The design is one of the most important parts of your project.  If you already have a specific pattern in mind, great!  I can work with just about any thing you give me.  Don't have a pattern?  That's ok too.  If you have an idea of what you're looking for, I have 1000s of patterns that you can choose from, all of which can be adjusted to meet your needs.  If you're looking for something a little more unique, I can also draft out an original design for you.  


 

The possibilities are endless!

3

Pick Your Colors

Glass comes in a myriad of different colors, textures, and transparancies.  We can work together to pick out the perfect glass for you, or you can leave colors up to me.  I have a lot of experience and promise it will look fantastic either way.  The glass that you choose will be one of the major factors of the cost.  Stained glass is typically priced by foot while fusing glass is typically priced by weight.  

It's as easy as that!

 

Once we have steps 1-3 covered, you just have to sit back and wait for the final piece to be crafted.  Depending on the size of piece and the number of parts in the pattern, this could take anywhere from 1 week to 2 months.  I can give you a better estimate once I know more details.