A photograph of Jac at the workbench in her ‘cold-room’


Not for nothing was Jac’s workroom known as ‘the cold-room’ — it was utterly perishing in the colder months! But she produced a remarkable body of work there nevertheless and her growing reputation as a stained-glass artist brought her many commissions. Apart from her miniature items such as dream-catchers and representations of the Buddha, she was regularly commissioned to produce other pieces — for instance doors and stained-glass windows for homes, as well as requests from the ecclesiastical world: despite the scale of these larger works, the beautiful delicacy and precision still shone through; as well as a whimsical sense of humour in the panels she designed for combination with the sensory musical instruments which her partner constructed for children’s play areas and which have given such pleasure to so many…

We will be pleased to show some examples of our sister’s artistry on the right-hand side of this website.