Janet Hardy Stained Glass

Church Commissions

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Project 1:

St. Ann's church, Cross Hands, Llanelli Wales. A single light, north aisle window based on the symbols of the evangelists and apostles.

63" x 19"

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Project 2:

A two light window at St. Martin's Church, Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, Wales. Showing "Jesus healing the blind beggar". The background to the figures is painted with an alphabet of local wild flowers.

Each 48" x 18"

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Project 3:

At Cenarth Capel, Cardigan, Wales, this pair of windows are each side of the main door. The first image shows a view from the outside and the other from inside. They show features of life and wildlife in the area, and also scenes from the life of Jesus associated with water.

Each 11ft x 3ft

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Project 4:

A single light window at the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Penmark, Rhoose, Wales. On the theme of "time". In memory of a former organist and bellringer of the church.

47" x 13"

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Project 5:

A west window at St. Twrog's church, Llanddarog, Carmarthenshire, Wales. The left hand light shows features of the past agricultural nature of the area; the right hand window has images associated with the former mining industry. The two central lights have religious symbols.

10ft x 7ft

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Project 6:

This single light south aisle window shows the Annunciation in the style of the 14th century. In St. Hilary's Church, Trefilan, Aberaeron, Wales.

76" x 21"

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Project 7:

At St. Thomas's Church, Ferryside, Carmarthenshire, Wales. The right hand light marks the events at Dunkirk during WWII. The smoke from burning buildings covered the beaches, saving many soldiers' lives.

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Project 8:

This west window in a new church shows "The Call of St. Peter"; he is shown on the seashore about to leave his nets. Commissioned by the late Miss. Halley, a descendent of Sir Edmund Halley (first Astronomer Royal). Halleys comet is shown top right and the family coat of arms is bottom centre. At St. Peter's Church, Rhoose, Wales.

2200mm x 1500mm

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Project 9:

Two windows at Pentre-ty-Gwyn Chapel, Llandovery, Wales, to celebrate the life of a famous Welsh preacher and hymn writer "William Williams Pantycelyn". The right hand window shows his portrait, the left hand window has a map of Wales with churches and the chapel with which he is most associated.

Each 77" x 31"

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Project 10:

In a private chapel this window shows one of the scenes from the famous miracles of Knock in Ireland.

44" x 31"

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Project 11:

This east window at St. Peter's Church, Rhoose, Wales, has a decorative gold celtic cross with a dove at the centre.

Diameter 1390mm

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Project 12:

St. Mary's Church, Whitland, Wales. An etched memorial window with a dove and lettering.

56" x 16"