Rose Window Stained Glass

Since 1996

Rose Window Stained Glass is a professional stained glass studio in beautiful Terence Bay, Nova Scotia. Owner Lynette Richards is a thoroughly experienced tradesperson and Fine Artist. She approaches stained glass through Art and Architecture, rather than hobby. Over 20 years ago a European Master Glazier took her on as his apprentice. This intensive 3 year education involved learning a thousand years of stained glass history and method as it evolved alongside architecture. Lynette is uniquely qualified to design and build stained glass windows rugged enough to outlive us, and beautiful enough to be worthy of longevity!

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Windows must be built to withstand extreme weather and prolonged use. They must enhance architecture and harmonize sunlight and view in each unique situation. Much of Canada’s architectural beauty was created over 100 years ago during the Arts and Crafts Movement in which decorative glass was an integral component of architectural design, along with wood, tile, fabric, and metal. Much is in need of maintenance or risks being lost. Call Lynette to evaluate your windows and provide a free estimate.


Creating beauty in our homes and communities is a human impulse as relevant today as it was for ancient civilizations. Do you need privacy? Are you expressing yourself through style? Do you appreciate quality? Ask Lynette to help you make your visions reality!


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Sacred windows are SO much more than just pictures! They are rooted in ancient history, commemorate community stories, AND they are living reminders of the miracle of Life. Inspired stained glass windows make us aware of Light, the movement of the sun, and passage of time. They glorify Light to inspire and invite new revelation. Do you want to create a new window? Ask Lynette to help you make great windows within your budget!


Lynette is uniquely qualified to design and build stained glass windows rugged enough to outlive us and worthy of longevity! History matters and you are making history! Call Lynette for a consultation.



Latest Posts

February 27, 2020 - 2019!

What a year! This year was marked by an abundance of exciting Stained Glass Conservation, Restoration, and repair work. Do you wonder what the difference is between Restoration and Conservation? They have a lot of overlap, but imagine if a beautif...

January 9, 2019 - 2019 Happy New Year!

2019 Happy New Year! The skills of Stained Glass Window making developed, ironically, in the Dark Ages in Britain, followed by France, then onward. Have you wondered why? As architecture became sophisticated enough that there could be large openings...

June 26, 2018 - Hot Summer 2018!

HOT SUMMER 2018! Exciting New Work! I recently delivered 3 exciting stained glass windows! Here is a synopsis. Lunenburg NS Skullduggery Gallery Last December I purchased a set of 3 very old windows circa 1850s, that had been found built in betw...

March 6, 2018 - Spring Forward! 2018

Winter 2018 came in like a LION at Rose Window Stained Glass! I spent much of January living with the Sisters of St. Martha removing their beautiful stained glass from the Bethany Chapel and moving it to new locations. I also designed, cut, laminate...

August 30, 2017 - Glorious September!

Glorious September!! In many ways September is the beginning of the New Year. The crisp nights foretell Autumn, though the days are still hot after the dew burns off. Summer holidays end and classes begin, marking a return to predictable schedules. ...

May 25, 2017 - Spring Green and Peepers Singing!

Spring Green and Peepers Singing! The studio has been busy this season.  Classes are finished but there will be 2 Summer Workshops announced soon. Here is a peek at what has been happening inside Rose Window Stained Glass these last couple of m...

March 2, 2017 - Spring is in the Air

Spring is in the Air We had a few snow days but now you can smell Spring on the breeze. The days are getting noticeably longer and this next series of classes includes the switch to Daylight Saving Time! Classes begin soon! March 13 is less than 2...

February 8, 2017 - Winter 2017 Beautiful Light

Winter 2017 Winter is a wonderful time for stained glass. The twinkling snow is a perfect background, and the long angles of the winter sun make colours dance across rooms. You can really notice the length of daylight increasing by paying attention ...

December 13, 2016 - New in 2017!

Looking Forward As daylight lengthens Winter strengthens. The long angles of the sun in winter, combined with snow covered backgrounds, activate stained glass like no other season can. If you get the blues during the dark season, consider coming to ...

November 15, 2016 - Season of Giving 2016

November 18,19,20 Please visit me next weekend in booth 201 at the NSDCC Winter Show at the Cunard Centre! Introduce yourself! November 27 Then come to our POP UP SHOW! at Anne Pryde's home, 224 Club Road, Hatchet Lake, Sunday November 27th 1-...