Bee's Stained Glass is a working studio with a small retail area. 

We sell completed works of art created here in the studio as well as

we create custom on-of-a-kind works of art for your home or business. 

We specialize in repairs and restorations.

We enjoy teaching others the art of Stained Glass.

Please check out our classes (and if you have suggestions for other classes, please let us know).

Please tell us, how we can help you...


We still have a wide variety of "Old Stock" Spectrum Art Glass.

​We also carry a selection of "Old" Armstrong, Wissmach, Kokomo, sheet glass.

as well as a small selection of Youghiogheny and "Old" Uroboros sheet glass.

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Plus, we carry a small selection of System 96 Fusing Glass.

(Mainly old Spectrum Sys96 & Some newer OGT 96.)

We have a small selection of Bullseye COE 90 Fusing Glass (Please ask).


We carry most Stained Glass and Fusing Glass accessories and tools.

(Ranging from soldering irons to Grinders...and everything in between) 


When you visit our Studio, Remember,

If you don't see it, Please Ask....

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and If we don't have it,

we can order it and have it within a few days...


Bee and Ed


Ed:

Co-Owner, Best friend, metal worker and jewelry maker


Bee: 

Owner and Stained Glass Artist


When I finally retired from the Federal Government in 2016..Bee's Stained Glass became my full-time job... 


I have 32+ years of Stained Glass experience.  What started as a hobby has transformed into a passion.  That passion I try to pass on to each and every student that takes a class from us.


On top of the studio, she is also the Treasurer for the American Glass Guild... American Glass Guild




A Little about us:

Phone: (804)224-3619

Ed passed away 7/26/2021 - But he will be forever in the studio working....


I met Ed in 1985, when I first came to work for the Navy...He trained me in my first job!!  Our job was soon taken over by the Air Force and we continued to work together... Ed retired in 2007...


He became my partner in the Stained Glass business in 1990. He was well known for his wire wrapped jewelry (Wrapped up by Ed!).  He always treated everyone with kindness.  He is deeply missed by all that knew him...

Spectrum Glass

This is a most perfect ADDICTION!