“To provide our customers with quality Leaded Glass Windows that are constructed in the traditional way!”
Ken McAinsh, Master Glazier, began his career in 1969 after studying Fine Arts at Concordia University, The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, and The Ottawa School of Art.
The majority of his work can be found in commercial establishments, public buildings, museums, religious institutions and with dealers/collectors throughout Canada and the United States.
Because of his technical skill, he was awarded projects such as the restoration of a 17th century Swiss Heraldic window by the Toronto Museum of Fine Arts, the window restoration of The Rideau Street Convent Chapel commissioned by The National Art Gallery of Canada, the restoration of The (Kingston, Ontario) Collins Bay Penitentiary chapel windows that were damaged in the 1960’s during a major riot and was hired to build Macintosh style windows for “Santa Clause II” which were featured in the movie (pic below).
His windows are designed, restored, reproduced, and constructed at his Vancouver studio location where you will usually find him hard at work on current projects.
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