The Stained
Glass Museum

Current Exhibitions / Displays
Burne-Jones glass from the Old Meeting House, Birmingham
Four panels of stained glass designed by Edward Burne-Jones and made by Morris & Co for a now demolished Church in Birmingham are currently on temporary display in the Museum's gallery.

Geoffrey Clarke: A new spirit in stained glass

A celebration of the Museum's recently conserved modern stained glass panels by Geoffrey Clarke (1924-2014), accompanied by photographs, sketch designs and information about the conservation of the panels.

A guide book to this exhibition is available to purchase from the Museum Shop.


Current Exhibitions

Deborah Lowe & Harriett Love

'Stained Glass Sisters'

An exhibition of stained glass

9 September - 4 November 2016

The Stained Glass Museum is proud to welcome a new combined exhibition from stained glass artists Deborah Lowe and Harriet Love.
Deborah is an architectural stained glass artist whose work can be seen in a wide range of historic and contemporary buildings, and includes commissions for churches, synagogues, hospitals, schools and domestic settings around the UK. 
Harriet Love gained her Bachelor’s Degree in Illustration from Bradford College in 2009. For the past three years she has been continuing her training in stained glass art under fellow artist—and co-producer of this exhibition—Deborah Lowe, with both artists working from Deborah’s studio on the Yorkshire-Lancashire border. 
By combining their art into one exhibition, Deborah and Harriet have produced a wonderful body of work that entwines their different but complimentary styles, with both of them drawing their inspiration from the natural world and bright, vivid colours.

The exhibition runs from 9 September until 4 November and in the Museum Shop (free entry*)
*Please note usual admission charges apply to accessing The Stained Glass Museum gallery


Forthcoming Exhibitions in Museum Shop

More information coming soon




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