Jon Callan, an independent glass artist, established his Dorchester based studio in 1981 after training in traditional glass painting, heraldry & contemporary glass design at the Architectural Glass department at Swansea college of Art. Since then the studio has built up an extensive client base, including the Church, architects, surveyors, builders, commercial organisations and private individuals.


Recent Projects

East window at St Francis of Assisi Church, Littlemoor Weymouth Dorset, size approximately 5m x 7.5m. The subject of the window has two potential interpretations, either St Francis vision of the risen Christ, or aspects from the life of St Francis, the window is made from a mixture of mouth blown German opal glass and English streaky glass. East window at St Francis of Assisi Church, Littlemoor Weymouth Dorset, size approximately 5m x 7.5m. The subject of the window has two potential interpretations, either St Francis vision of the risen Christ, or aspects from the life of St Francis, the window is made from a mixture of mouth blown German opal glass and English streaky glass.

Recent projects include a private memorial window for Portsmouth Cathedral and a Design for Helen's Window.

We have also been restoring a window within Salisbury Council offices, remaking and servicing frames and leaded lights at chapel court, Hampton Court Palace, London, for the royal palaces. The redundant Church at Long Critchel, Dorset (in the care of Friends of Friendless Churches) needed a repair to one of it's stained glass windows, damaged by a tree in 1987 and now restored in 2012.

East window at St Francis of Assisi Church, Littlemoor Weymouth Dorset, size approximately 5m x 7.5m.

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