Sometimes people let me know that they've linked to the stained glass section of my site. I always try to return the courtesy, but the stained glass section is strictly for teaching purposes, and sometimes it is difficult to decide on a suitable place for the return link.
This page is for those I cannot place in the main teaching section, but whom I wish to thank.
The Worshipful Company of Glaziers
This Medieval livery company continues its function today by monitoring and helping to maintain standards in training and professional practice. The company is also important as a charitable trust for the preservation and restoration of historic stained glass, and its relocation if necessary. This site is illustrated throughout with excellent images of glass from the fifteenth century and later. Worth exploring - see if you can find John Oliver's sundial!
Artists in Stained Glass
This is an exclusively online resource for stained glass artists, to exchange ideas, to look for employment or employees, to ask for help or information on stained glass techniques, to share one's expertise, and to discuss stained glass trends. Interesting and expanding site.
Rona Moody teaches stained glass at Chesterfield College of Art (UK) and for the Lifelong Learning Department of Derbyshire County Council. Her very attractive site also shows her own sacred, secular and free standing work, including glass appliqué and unexpected media pieces. Definitely go visit.
Fantasy in Glass Glassworks
Canada's First and Still Only Officially Sanctioned Stained Glass Supplier. This rather quirky site is full of technical information and humour. See if you can find out who "Mikey" is! Sounds like a good place to visit if you're in Toronto.
Linley Stained Glass Studios
On the border of England and Wales, Linley Studios ranks among the most respected conservators, restorers and producers of high quality fine-art glass work. Several of their projects are explained and illustrated in detail on line. Worth a visit - check them out.
Williams & Byrne Stained Glass
In Shropshire (UK), this studio designs, restores and copies stained and painted glass, and you can see examples on their lovely site. You can take weekend courses there, or you can visit them on Friday afternoons for tea and demonstrations. That promises to be a delightful visit, if you are in that area!