stained glass artist

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Location: East Midlands
Settings: Art collections, Places of worship
Techniques: Acid etching, Kiln formed glass, Painting / staining
Specialisms: Conservation, New commissions, Restoration & repairs

Dan Beal has worked in the field of stained glass for over twenty years. He is currently employed as Senior Glazier at Lincoln Cathedral Works Department, which he joined in 2009.

Dan has a strong background in the conservation of historic stained glass which is balanced by his keen interest in contemporary glass. He has produced work for a diverse range of situations, both ecclesiastical and secular. From the digital recording and conservation of 13th-century stained glass in the UK to the fabrication of new stained glass in Russia and Barbados.

Dan has a great passion for glass in all its forms. He dedicates much of his spare time to studying the subject and strives to keep the standards of his craftsmanship as high as possible.

Holy Trinity Church Conservation 2008
Skipton, North Yorkshire. Restoration and conservation of early 20th-century stained glass by Shrigley & Hunt 0.5 x 1 m
Medallion Facsimile 2013
Lincoln Cathedral, South West Transept. Accurate facsimile of 13th-century glazing, produced for environmental monitoring trials. 0.8 x 0.8 m
stained glass window
Allerton Castle Reproduction 2008
Allerton Mauleverer, North Yorkshire. Complete reproduction of 19th-century glazing scheme lost to fire. 3.8 x 4.1 m
Diagrammatic Documentation 2016
Lincoln Cathedral Archive. Development and implementation of comprehensive digital documentation systems
Kiln-formed Glass 2015
Recycled English Antique Glass and cast glass. Diameter 0.4m
stained glass window
King John 2015
Private Residence, Lincolnshire. Autonomous panel created to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta. 0.4 x 0.8m.