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Location: Eastern
Settings: Homes, Places of worship, Public buildings
Techniques: Acid etching, Enamelling, Painting / staining
Specialisms: Exhibition work, New commissions, Restoration & repairs


Petri is a stained glass artist working from his studio in Hertfordshire. The inspiration for his work comes from two primary sources. The first is the wealth of 19th and early 20th century British stained glass and the second is woodland habitats. The rich drapery depicted around the turn of the century is particularly alluring to Petri and his Finnish heritage certainly contributes to his love of woodlands.

Petri trained as a restoration glass painter at Chapel Studio learning traditional glass painting techniques. This also underpins his new work. His preferred techniques are traditional kiln fired glass paints, stains and enamels. In his woodland scenes there are also detailed acid etched areas, employed to achieve rich colour varieties.

Petri works to commissions and produces gallery pieces, some of which are available for exhibition. His work can be seen in churches, livery companies, schools and private homes.


Stained Glass
HRH Queen Elizabeth II Coat of Arms 2008
Small drawing room, Sandringham Estate. Painting, staining, acid etching and enamelling. 1m x 0.6m
stained glass panel
Deer and Fox 2016
Exhibition panel. Painting, staining, acid etching. 0.4m x 0.6m
Stained Glass
John the Baptist 2007
St Andrew’s Church, Hyde Heath. Painting, staining, acid etching. 1.2m high
stained glass window
Memorial window for the Fallen 2014
Haileybury College Chapel, Hertford. Painting, staining, acid etching. Approximately 3.3m x 1.1m
stained glass panel
Povey Arms 2010
Carpenters Hall, London. Painting, staining, acid etching. 0.5m x 0.3m
Stained Glass
Trinity window
St Andrew’s Church, Stanstead Abbots. Painting, staining, acid etching. Approximately 2.2m x 0.6m