The Beyer Studio was founded by Joseph and Rita Beyer in 1980 and in 2005 moved 3 blocks north of their former location into a much larger, 13,200 square-foot space in Germantown.
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In addition to new stained glass fabrication, Beyer Studio restores and repurposes existing windows from old churches, builds custom frames and consults with clients on the preservation of their windows.
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Strained glass artisan, Justin Tyner of Beyer Studio cuts out custom pieces of glass for a window.
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Beyer Studio is currently working on a project restoring windows that will be displayed in a church in Anchorage, Alaska. This is just one small section of the windows.
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Strained glass artisan, Eric Brennan has been with Beyer Studio for over 20 years. Amongst many things, he specializes in restoration painting.
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Kari Ackerson prepares a new window to be photographed for the client to review.
Neil Cippon/Courtesy of Beyer Studio. Photo collage by Thom Carroll
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These three windows are part of a larger set that were photographed before restoration at the closed, Our Lady of the Rosary Parish at 63rd and Callowhill streets. Read the full story here.