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In addition to this list, there are numerous smaller private commissions, including domestic works, exhibition pieces, free-hanging panels, restorations and repairs.

In progress "Death Railway" Museum/Thailand-Burma Railway Centre, Kanchanaburi, Thailand.
"The Bridge" window is the second of three fully painted WWII Memorial windows for the Museum. The window is "A MEMORIAL TO ALL WHO DIED DURING THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE RAILWAY". The window is 1.3 metres high x 2.4 metres wide.
In progress St Andrew's Anglican Church, Cloncurry, Queensland.
Fully painted and stained "St Andrew" window 1.5 metres high x 900 mm wide.
In progress "Death Railway" Museum/Thailand-Burma Railway Centre, Kanchanaburi, Thailand.
The "HUMANITAS" window is the third fully painted WWII Memorial window for the Museum. It depicts Prisoners of War bringing water to wounded Japanese soldiers. The window is 1.2 metres high x 1.1 metres wide.
2015 "Death Railway" Museum/Thailand-Burma Railway Centre, Kanchanaburi, Thailand.
"The Cutting" window is the first of three fully painted WWII stained glass Memorial windows, which we installed in the Museum June 2015. The window is "A MEMORIAL TO ALL WHO RETURNED HOME, THEIR LIVES TO REBUILD AS BEST THEY COULD". The window is 1.3 metres high x 2.4 metres wide.
2015

St Dympna's Catholic Church, Aspley, Brisbane.
Two fully painted windows of "St Mary" and "St Dympna".
Each window is 1.3 metres high x 850mm wide.

2015 St Stephen's Chapel, Mareeba, Queensland.
Enlargement of three Dutch windows to fit larger frames in the chancel of the refurbished chapel at St Stephen's College, Mareeba. There are four panels from a set of fourteen panel/seven windows. They are signed and dated "Eugene Laudy 1954". This required matching the original 1954 Dutch mouth blown glass, and the original glass painting, shading and staining techniques, including the spritzen techniques. The completed windows are twice the area of the original glass, and our intention was to indivisibly match the new and original pieces of glass.
Each window is approximately 780mm wide x 1370mm high.
2015 Mother of Good Counsel Catholic Church, Innisfail, Queensland.
Three chancel leadlight windows with painted roundels each 560mm wide x 6m high, and two leadlight clerestory chancel windows each 1.2 metres wide x 1.8 high, made from beautiful Lamberts' German streaky/reamy mouth blown glass.
2014 Anglican Church, Tully, Queensland.
Fully painted and stained "St John the Evangelist" window 800mm wide x 1.1 metres high.
2014 St Anthony's Catholic Church, Dimbulah, Queensland.
Leadlight surround for Belgian stained glass panel.
600mm wide x 2 metres high.
2014 Private commission for front door with circular side and transom panels in Eumundi, Queensland.
Painted and silver stained fleur de lys, trefoils and petals using clear, restoration, and seedy mouth blown German and French glass.
Overall dimensions 3 metres wide x 2.4 metres high.
2014

St Monica's Cathedral, Cairns. Qld.
Eleven Baptistry leadlight windows each 6 metres high x 600 mm wide – approximately 40 square metres.

2013

St Margaret's Anglican Church, Woombye, Qld.
"St Margaret" fully painted and stained triple light Chancel window. Central panel 1.4 metres high x 345 mm wide, flanking panels 900 mm high x 345 mm wide.

2013

Anglican Church, Tully. Qld.
Leadlight for reredos in the rebuilt church at Tully, post cyclone “Yasi”.  Rectangular window 1700mm high x 1200 wide

2012 Somerville House Girls’ School, Brisbane, Qld.
Memorial window for student. Fully painted and stained two light window Left light: “Let the Children Come to Me”
Right light: Biographical panel of the student. Each light 1.58 metres high x 400 mm wide.
2012 All Saints' Anglican Church, Clermont, Qld.
Fully painted "St Matthew" window with local landscape and flora and fauna. Two metres high x 400 mm wide.
2012

St Fabian’s Catholic Church, Yerongpilly, Brisbane, Qld. 
Two complementary stained glass windows commemorating the Battle of El Alamein – “St Fabian” and “St Sebastian” with images from El Alamein in the background. Each window is 1.5 metres wide x 850 mm high.

2011

St Ignatius Catholic Church, Toowong.
Sisters of Mercy 150th Anniversary fully painted stained glass window 1.8 metres high x 650 mm wide.

2011 The Church of the Twelve Apostles, JindaleeQld.
"Fishers of Men" stained glass and leadlight Chancel window. 32 square metres.
2011 Holy Spirit Oratory, Banyo Seminary, Banyo, Qld.
Sanctuary "Holy Spirit" windo. 4 metres high x 3 metres wide.
2011

St Michael's Catholic Church, Kilcoy, Qld.
Replacement stained glass Occulus window to commemorate the centenary of the church. 1140 mm in diameter.

2011

Mary Mackillop Primary School, Birkdale, Qld.
Stained glass and leadlight window commemorating the canonisation of St Mary Mackillop. 700 mm wide x 4.2 metres high.

2011 Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church, Darra, Qld.
“ Creation” themed stained glass and leadlight Chancel window 28 square metres.
2010 All Saints’ Anglican Church, Clermont, Qld.
Fully painted “St John” window with local landscape and flora and fauna. Two metres high x 400mm wide.
2009 All Souls St Bartholomew Church, Thursday Island.
Replicate the “Torres Pilots” memorial stained glass and leadlight window. The original round window 1150mm in diameter was blown out in a storm.
2009 Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Goondiwindi, Qld. Fully painted window approximately 1.5 metres high x 600mm wide “Jesus touched his ear and healed him”.
2009 Church of the Holy Spirit, Auchenflower, Qld. Carmelite memorial fully painted stained glass window based on local landscapes and flora. 1.7 metres high x 545mm wide.
2008 “Tree of Life” fully painted contemporary window for private home in Buderim, Qld. The window is 500mm square.
2008 New Mater Mothers’ Hospital Chapel windows, Brisbane, Qld.
Four fully painted and stained windows based on the theme of the “Tree of Life”, including images from the five continents and Oceania to represent the Mater’s wide ethnic and multi-cultural involvement.
Overall area of four windows approximately 6.75 square metres.
2007 Church of the Holy Spirit, Auchenflower, Qld.
Memorial fully painted stained glass window based on local landscapes and flora. 2 metres high x 700mm wide.
2007 St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Mount Perry, Qld.
Fully painted and stained Celtic “St Patrick” window based on the style of the famous Harry Clarke (Dublin) Studio. 1.4 metres high x 650mm wide.
2007 All Saints’ Anglican Church, Clermont, Qld.
Fully painted “St Mark” window with local landscape and flora and fauna. 2 metres high x 400mm wide.
2006 St. Raphael’s Catholic Church, Queanbeyan, NSW.
Five leadlight windows.
2006 St. John’s Anglican Church, Biggenden, Qld.
Three fully painted and stained baptistery windows and one “wheel” window.
2006 St. Clare’s Catholic Church, Tully, Qld.
Fully painted window depicting local flora and fauna.
1.7 metres high x 900mm
 2006 St. Ignatius’ Catholic Church, Toowong, Qld.
Three leadlight and acid etched windows for the confessional.
Each 1 metre high x 622mm wide.
2005 St. Oliver Plunkett Catholic Church, Cannon Hill, Brisbane, Qld.
Fully painted “Baptism” and “Communion” transept windows.
Each approximately 2 square metres.
2004 Uniting Church, Nambour, Qld.
Fully painted “Creation” window depicting local flora and fauna.
4.5 metres high x 2 metres wide.
2004 St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Ipswich, Qld.
Four Centenary windows depicting the arrival of pioneer clergy of Ipswich in local historical settings. Each 3 metres high x 450mm.
2004 Moreton Bay College Girls’ School Chapel, Brisbane, Qld.
Four fully painted windows depicting “Faith”, “Hope”, “Love” and “Courage”. Each 1 metre high x 1.2 metres wide.
2004 St. Andrew’s Uniting Church, Maffra, Vic.
“The Living Waters”.
1.7 metres high x 650 mm wide.
2004 Lady Chapel – St. Peter’s Anglican Church, Gympie, Qld.
Six bust size portraits of saints associated with Mary’s life – Joachim, Anne, Joseph, Gabriel, Elizabeth and John the Evangelist. Each 850mm high x 520mm.
2003 Regina Caeli Catholic Church, Coorparoo, Brisbane, Qld.
Fully painted biographical window in memory of Father Pat McCormick.
1.2 metres high x 2.4 metres wide.
2003 Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Goondiwindi, Qld.
“I Am The Vine, You Are The Branches”.
1.3 metres high x 650mm wide.
2002 St. Monica’s Catholic Church, Evatt, Canberra, ACT.
“Tree of Life” leadlight window. 3 metres high x 880 mm wide.
2002 Holy Spirit Catholic Cathedral, Kerema, Papua New Guinea.
Two fully painted windows: “Crucifixion” and “Holy Spirit”, each 2.2 metres high x 960 mm wide. Designed by Gerry Cummins and Martin Morobubuna.
2002 Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Sunnybank, Qld.
Fully painted Biographical window in memory of Father Tom Hegerty.
1.2 metres high x 2.6 metres wide.
2002 St. Mary’s Anglican Church, Montville, Qld.
Leadlight and lightly painted “Russell” Memorial window to design by Jennifer Andrews. 1.5 metres high x 450mm wide.
2001 Calvary Hospital, Foyer, Cairns, Qld.
Fully painted “Mission Statement” panel.
2001 St. Joseph’s College, Gregory Terrace, Brisbane, Qld.
Redesigning, drawing, acid etching, painting and staining six fully painted highly detailed Heraldic House Crests.
Each panel 540mm high x 390mm wide.
2001 Caloundra Hospital Foyer, Caloundra, Qld.
Fully painted “Tranquility” window, based on local land and seascapes.
1.3 metres high x 3 metres long.
2000 Uniting Church, Buderim, Qld.
Design and supervise leadlight window – leadlighting by Annie McDonald.
2.5 metres high x 1.2 metres wide.
1997-2000 Good Council Catholic Church, North Cairns, Qld.
Four windows each 1.8 metres x 1.2 metres.
Theme: “Garden of Eden”.
1996-2000 St. Monica’s Catholic Cathedral, Cairns, Qld.
“The Creation” windows.
Twenty-four nave windows, fully painted and stained, each
6 metres high x 1.7 metres wide.
Overall area. 245 square metres.
Link to St. Monica's Cathedral site
1998 Christ Church, Bundaberg, Qld.
Two “Alpha” and “Omega” windows, each 1400mm x 420mm.
1997 Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Goondiwindi, Qld.
Two lancet windows: “Healing” and “The Trinity” approximately 1200mm x 700mm each.
1996 Private commission, Canberra, ACT.
“The Trout Fisherman’s Dream” 1200mm x 900mm.
1996 Calvary Hospital Foyer, Cairns, Qld.
Five stained glass panels depicting the history of Calvary Hospital during its first forty-five years.
Overall dimensions are 5 metres x 1.2 metres.
1995 City of Knox, Vic.
Re-commissioning of 16 skylight panels originally executed in 1984, and destroyed by fire in 1994.
1994 - 1995 St. Monica’s Catholic Cathedral, Cairns, Qld.
“Peace” window. Front door surround comprising three windows, being two flanking panels each 1.7 metres x 11 metres, and a central overhead panel of 3.5 metres x 7 metres.
This window was commissioned by St. Monica’s to commemorate fifty years of peace in the Pacific.
Link to St. Monica's Cathedral site
1993 - 1994 Somerville House Girls’ School, Brisbane, Qld.
Selected as the stained glass artist from five nationwide submissions.
Nine “Famous Women” panels each 850mm x 540mm.
Six “School Houses” Women, Composite panel 1100mm x 1500mm.
“The Creation” window, 1800mm x 2100mm.
1993 St. John’s Lutheran Church, Corinda, Qld.
Rainbow Cruciform window, overall dimensions 4610mm x 2265 mm.
  Private Library Windows, “Tuncal Park”, two landscape panels, each 630mm x 1200mm.Private Library Windows, “Tuncal Park”, two landscape panels, each 630mm x 1200mm.
1992 Christ Church, Childers, Qld.
“Christ Guiding His Church”, 400mm x 1100mm.
1991 St. John’s Anglican Church, Wagga Wagga, NSW.
“The Resurrection” window, 2100mm x 2100mm.
1990 All Saints Anglican Church, Tumut, NSW.
“I Am the Vine” window, 450mm x 1800mm.
“The Lost Sheep” window, 450mm x 1800mm.
1989 St. John’s Anglican Church, Moruya, NSW.
“Consider the Birds and Lilies of the Field….” Window.
600mm x 2100mm.
1989
St. John’s Anglican Church, Wagga Wagga, NSW.
“The Crucifixion” window. 2100mm x 2100mm.
1989 City of Hawthorn Library, Hawthorn, Vic.
“The Settlement of Hawthorn” window, 1050 mm x 2100mm.
1988 Warracknabeal Library Community Window Project, Warracknabeal, Vic.
Supervision of on site designing, drawing, painting, staining, leading and installation of three local history panels, each 900mm x 1350mm.
1988 St. John’s Anglican Church, Wagga Wagga, NSW.
“The Garden of Eden” Triptych and Rose windows.
Overall dimensions 2.4 metres x 10 metres.
1987 St. John’s Anglican Church, Moruya, NSW.
“The Sower” window. 600mm x 2100mm.
1987 Anglican Church, Inverloch, Vic.
“The Calming of the Storm” window. 600mm x 1800mm.
1986 St. John’s Anglican Church, Blackburn, Vic.
“Resurrection” window, 500mm x 2100mm.
1986 Anglican Church, Moruya, NSW.
“St. Luke” window, 600mm x 2100mm.
1986 St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Crookwell, NSW.
“ Resurrection” triptych window.
Overall dimensions 3 metres x 4.5 metres.
1986 Anglican Church, Korumburra, Vic.
“ Crucifixion” window, 600mm x 2100mm.
1985 Anglican Church, Woolsthorpe, Vic.
“ Suffer Little Children” window, 900mm x 1800mm.
1985 St. Brigid’s Catholic Church, Dickson, Vic.
Abstract “Communion” and “Confirmation” windows.
600mm x 4100mm each.
1985 St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Crookwell, NSW.
“Last Supper” window, 800mm x 3300mm.
1984 Catholic Church, Ainslie, Canberra, ACT.
“Baptism” and “Communion” windows 900mm x 1800mm.
1984 St. Brigid’s Catholic Church, Dickson, Vic.
Abstract “Baptism” window, 600mm x 4500mm.
 1984 City of Knox, Knox, Vic.
Ceiling skylight panels.
Sixteen Environmental Panels each 1100mm x 1100mm.
1983 St. Luke’s Anglican Church, South Melbourne, Vic.
“St. Mark” window, 600mm x 2400mm.
1983 St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Braddon, Canberra, ACT.
“Mary” and “St. Tavelic” windows, each 750mm x 2400mm.
1982 St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Crookwell, NSW.
“ Pentecost” and “Healing of the Sick” windows, each 800mm x 3300mm.
1981 Anglican Church, Point Lonsdale, Vic.
Family commemorative window, 600mm x 2100mm.
1981 Christ Church, Geelong, Vic.
“ Christ in the Temple” window. 600mm x 2400mm.
1980 St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Braddon, ACT.
“St. Patrick” window, 750mm x 2400mm.
1980 Seaman’s Mission, Melbourne, Vic.
Commemorative window, 600mm x 900mm.
1979

St. Mark’s Anglican Church, Bendigo, Vic.
“ St. James” and “St. Cecilia” windows, 600mm x 2000mm.

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