Farmhouse Room Divider
The owners of a farmhouse in Warwick, New York worked with an interior designer to select colors, fabrics, and textures for the house’s great room, an updated living space with stunning garden views. Once the design scheme was chosen, Rick incorporated their selections to create an original design for a five-foot-wide by three-and-one-half-foot tall panel used to divide the office from the great room. (The beveled cluster at the center of the piece was purchased ready-made.)
An interpretation of architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s Confetti design beautifully filters the light streaming through the window of a cabin in the Vermont woods.
Window next to Front Door
This is a piece that was repaired that was located next to a front door in New Jersey.
Golf Club Decorative Stained Glass
This large round piece was installed at the Hackensack Golf Club in Hackensack, New Jersey.
Detail of Golf Club Piece
Panels for a Restaurant and Bar
Burke’s on Old Hook in Westwood, New Jersey commissioned this divider to separate the bar area from the dining room. Design by owner Matt Burke.
A decorative panel designed by Mrs. Davey greets patrons at Davey’s Locker, a bar and restaurant in Montvale, New Jersey.
The Whiskey Trader Exterior (2 images)
The Whiskey Trader bar at 71 West 55th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues in New York commissioned this graphic, eye-catching piece for its front entrance. The opaque glass provides visual interest in the urban landscape and maintains a private, moody atmosphere for patrons inside.
Exterior of the Bar
Bottom Center Panel
Long Trail Farm
Recreating the image on a six-pack from the Long Trail Brewing Company, this twelve-inch-wide by eighteen-inch-high panel divides the office from the common area in a private residence.
Panels Flanking Exterior Window (3 images)
A delicate hand was needed to restore a pair of narrow windows dating from the 1920s in a Piermont, New York residence. Their refurbishment required the repair of broken pieces, re-soddering, and re-leading.
Exterior View of Window with Side Panels
Close-Up of Panel
Detail of Panel
An interior designer specified this door panel for a private residence in Oradell, New Jersey. Located at the end of a long hallway, the door’s opaque panel signals the location of the bathroom while providing complete privacy.
Original design used as an art piece, thirty inches wide by twenty-four inches tall.
Repaired Interior Door
Interior door to a house on South Mountain Road in New City, NY. Replaced three broken pieces of stained glass in the center and 20 pieces of stained glass around the border. Re-leaded the border and soldered lead joints throughout the piece. In an attempt to keep the authenticity of the piece, left much of the broken lead joint pieces in the center because the glazing was still intact. The blue border pieces are made of hand blown glass that cannot be bought anymore which means that the work is at least 50 years old.
Triangular Flower Arrangement
Original design for a client that gave me the dimensions and asked me to make something up.
Detail of Triangular Flower Arrangement
Repaired Stain Glass Pieces
Repair of two broken pieces and re-glaze of the entire work.