About Me


Roz – A Glass Artist

Working with glass and light and movement within that is a true gift and she has it. Her work shows detail, movement and beauty in a subtle way…

Excerpt from damaramoeblog.com

Stained Glass Mountain DesignWelcome! Here’s how it all started:
I laughingly tricked my husband into taking a stained glass class a few years ago and he loved it, bought all the supplies, but I’m the one who got completely hooked on making stained glass in the end.

I now create and sell stained glass windows, sun catchers, vases, candle holders, and whatever else I can think of. I aspire to create simple, but graceful designs that focus on curves and movement.

I am happiest when my designs have a pleasing balance of colour and space, along with the odd tiny surprising feature. Whenever I work on a design, I anticipate how it will look when finished and I wonder who will enjoy it in their window. I love that something as simple as a sheet of glass can be turned into a design that has timeless beauty.

Customer Testimonials:

“Wow!!! This custom made candle holder is absolutely stunning with or without a candle burning. True artistry at its finest. I very much appreciate the artist taking my idea and creating a masterpiece that will forever fill my home with warmth and beauty. The artist created the piece very promptly and had it shipped to me faster than I could have expected. I am beyond please with this purchase and will continue to support Shattered by Light in the future.”
                                            Miranda Dowdy, City of Hamilton, Ontario

“Gorgeous work! A pleasure to work with; definitely has that special something you are looking for and fast international shipping.”
Liza Hill-Conklin, Massillon, Ohio


2 responses to “About Me

  1. Found your website by accident, but I’m glad I did. I am also a stained glass artist. It has been my hobby for sixteen years. Stop by my google blogspot at: whenthesuncomesout-irene.blogspot.com to see what I’ve been working on. I just love your birdhouses and am going to make some that will hang on a christmas tree.

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