The first monumental window by glasatelier ruud harberts is the Amsterdam Coat of Arms. It is a replica of the stained glass painting that was commissioned in 1671 by the Amsterdam Easter Church. As ‘the story’ relates, this stained glass painting was conceived a year before a turbulent time in Dutch history: the Disaster Year of 1672. In the near future monumental stained glass paintings will be added to the site.
“Memorials” is the site containing glass memorials by glasatelier ruud harberts. Stained glass, glass applique, fused glass or transformed glass.
The memorials of glass by glasatelier ruud harberts are custom-made. They consist usually of glass in combination with other materials like natural stone, stainless steel, wood or copper. From stained glass hovering above petrified wood to leaded glass in majestic marble stone. Or from glass-appliqué (glued glass) on shiny polished granite to fused glass (melted glass) hanging in a stainless steel construction.
“Homedecoration of glass” is the site on magical (stained glass painted) glass by glasatelier ruud harberts for decorating homes, offices and living environtments.
Many varieties of glass decoration are available. Just a few examples of the nearly endless possibilities are stained glass paintings interfering continuously and lively with incoming light. Or the handmade blown glass or kiln-shaped glassobjects. As well as contemporary, abstract or classical leaded glass windows.