stained glass artist

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Location: Scotland
Settings: Places of worship, Public buildings
Techniques: Acid etching, Painting / staining
Specialisms: Conservation, New commissions, Restoration & repairs

Linda Cannon is a professional stained glass artist and Icon Accredited Conservator. She has been working with stained for almost forty years. She lives and works in Scotland where she has worked all over the country, travelling to remote Scottish Islands, villages and locations, often working onsite as well as in the studio.

She studied Stained Glass, fine art & design at Glasgow School of Art, was the stained glass conservator in the Burrell Collection for eight years, and has worked freelance since 1992.

Half of Linda’s work is new design work for private clients, and half is historically important conservation for Historic Scotland, Churches, and Listed buildings. She specialises in tricky techniques, bespoke problem solving, precision and beautifully designed windows.

Millennial Windows (detail) 2000
Busby Parish Church, Glasgow. Deeply acid-etched Old English Antique Glass. 900mm x 250mm
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RAF Window 1997
Netherlee Church of Scotland, Glasgow. Opalescent textured glass, beads, various antique glass, paint, stain, lead, and internal re-enforcements. Approx 1m x 1m
Victorian Style Painting (detail) 2014
Private House, Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire. Painted, enamelled, stained float glass. 1.2m x 0.9m
stained glass window
Black House 2017
Historic Environment Scotland, Engine Shed, Stirling. Old English Antique Glass, paint, stain and lead. 200mm x 100mm
stained glass window
Cherry Blossom (detail) 1999
Front door window in East Kilbride. Textured antique clear glass, and painted, rich, gold-pink Old English Antique Glass. 460mm x 300mm
Julie's Window (detail) 2008
New Kilpatrick Parish Church, Bearsden, Glasgow. Deeply etched, stained and painted gold-pink Old English Antique Glass. 1.2m x 0.6m