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Caroline Benyon Fellow
I managed the last operating Stained Glass studio in the Fulham Glass House and acquired an Arts & Crafts glass stock dating from the 1890s to the 1990s and have since supplemented it with new glass from several older studios including that of Edward Woore. The types and quality of glass that I use are of great importance to me because I believe a range of surfaces and depths of glass provide a richness and variation to the transmitted light which can be modulated with glass paint and stain to provide the energy and life to either abstracted or figurative designs.
I relocated my studio to Hampton, Middlesex in 1993, and continue to make new windows.
2006: The Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Alban: 2-light and tracery window in south Nave
2006: St Thomas on the Bourne, Surrey: Second single light on north side
2005: St John's Church, Sevenoaks, Kent: Second single light in series south side
2005: Rowledge Parish Church, Hampshire: Single light south side
2004: St Edmund's Church, Chingford, Essex: 3 light and tracery, North side
2004: Church of Christ the King, Camberley, Surrey: Single light St Therese of Lisieux
2003: St Mary's Church, Blakesley, Northamptonshire: 2 light and tracery
2003: St Simon Zelotes, Chelsea, London: 3 light and tracery Lady Chapel West End and 3 lights Lady Chapel north side
2003: Ironmonger's Hall, Barbican, London: Oliver Arms, Lord Mayor of London.