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St John Ogilivies Chapel, Bourtreehill, Irvine
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Overton Parish Church, West Kilbride
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Arms of Alexander Stone, Educational Foundation Moot Court, Glasgow University

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Paul Lucky Fellow

Every stained glass project is individually designed for its specific architectural setting, taking into account not only the form and function of the building, but also orientation to the light, circulation routes, colour schemes and angle of view. Full use is made of the range of traditional techniques such as glass painting, silver staining and acid etching. Clients include Glasgow University, hospices and churches of several denominations, Strathclyde Regional Council and Glasgow Museums.

Glencairn Studio, 31 Fenwick Road – Kilmaurs – Kilmarnock – Ayrshire – KA3 2TE
Tel:01563 53818   


  • Kinning Park Church, Glasgow: A rose window expressing the richness and diversity of Life, with a cross at the centre, based on Psalm 24 v1
  • St John Ogilvies Church, Bourtreehill, Irvine: Crucifixion windows in rich gold and ruby glass, the seventy separate panels each being donated by a different family in the parish
  • Overton parish church. West Kilbride: A rose window in deep blue streaky glasses designed to create a spiritual atmosphere, surrounding a central cross
  • St Patrick's church, Shotts, Lothian: a 25-light window, with 5 lancets containing 5 life size saints with scenes from their lives, and tracery containing symbols of the Passion, Alpha and Omega etc
  • Moot Court, Glasgow University: An 8-light heraldic window commissioned to give "an air of dignity and solemnity" to a special court built for trainee advocates. Includes the shields of Scotland, Glasgow and various educational institutions

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