Joyous Glass Custom Stained Glass
Joy Gosselin Blair
Joy Gosselin Blair, a Williamsburg, Virginia native, has been crafting stained glass for over 14 years. She uses copper foil for small panels and the lead came method for larger pieces. Art shows that Joy has showcased her stained glass include: Art on the Square, Occasion for the Arts, 2nd Sunday, the Daffodil Festival, the Poquoson Seafood Festival and Bay Days. Perhaps the largest accomplishment Joy has endeavored in is two large windows at the Hancock Building in the Chapel at Eastern State Hospital. In the past, she worked with Trevillian Interiors in a Charlie Ross house in the 2004 Parade of Homes set in Ford’s Colony. More recently, Joy has completed two projects for King of Glory Lutheran Church (www.kogva.org). Joy most enjoys crafting one of a kind custom pieces for homes and businesses. She prides herself in providing great customer service and quality stained glass pieces.
"I would like to give a special thanks to my loyal pattern designer Daniel Malone. In addition to a demanding full time job as a project manager and an even more important full time job as Husband and Father to a beautiful wife and two adorable girls, he uses his lunch hour to design patterns. I would also like to thank my friend Mike Huffman of the Glass Gallery www.glassgalleryva.com who is my mentor and has gone way beyond the call many times to help me complete my projects. Most of all I am thankful for the gift that God gave me to work with stained glass. This medium has led me to meet many wonderful families along with other artists, many of which have become friends over the years. To all my loyal repeat customers ...Thanks so much!!! The greatest form of flattery is a referral."
- Joy Gosselin Blair