B. Engwall had a request for a “beachy” glass piece for someone’s home. She had an outside entryway that led into her family room, but it faced the garage. This was placed in the window to improve the view. One large actual shell was placed in the piece to enhance the “beachy” feel.
B. Engwall made this piece for his church’s sanctuary. It is a large piece (76” x 38”) placed in an existing window, replicating the logo for the church. He used mostly Spectrum glass with some that was very textured in appearance.
He also made these panels for a room that was being converted to a prayer room. The grapevine pattern is lit from behind with small lights so they can be seen during night meetings.
This piece was created to fit into the door of a kitchen cabinet. He back lit it, so it doubles as a night light.
This clock was made for his mother-in-law’s 65th birthday. He added drops and wire stamens for a three dimensional appearance.