Since 1974, Susan Rae has been creating art and stained glass.
Studios located in Hemet, California and Tarboro, North Carolina.
SUSAN RAE HAS CUSTOM ITEMS IN THE FOLLOWING CITIES:
Berwyn / Cicero
Reno / Sparks
New York City
ABOUT SUSAN RAE
Susan Rae has been creating leaded glass since the late 1970’s, starting in southern California, at one of the premier glass studios in Orange County. She has, having also been raised in Chicago, been influenced by architects Frank Lloyd Wright, Sullivan and of course, Tiffany, which shows in many of her traditional and custom designs.
Creating lead windows, copper foil art glass, mosaics, etching and bevels for homes, business and churches is Susan’s passion. She has installations on both coasts, having created new panels and art glass, and also does repairs in Historical Districts where communities support the restoration of old homes and business buildings.
Recently opening a new location for her studio in Hemet, California, Susan Rae is currently working on residential and business commissions. Clients include Edwardian, Victorian and Mid-Century eras in the San Jacinto Valley, Temecula and Palm Springs areas.
In North Carolina, Susan’s studio in Tarboro is currently set at The Barracks Historic Home. She teaches classes at Edgecombe Community College (Tarboro Campus) and at her private studio. Susan Rae teaches beginning and advanced classes and shares the “rules of thumb” and even a few trade secrets, as it is her desire to pass on the trade to future generations of glass artists. She also collaborates with residents in Tarboro, Rocky Mount, Raleigh, Nashville, and also with restoration companies, Preservation NC (covering 13 districts on the east coast), and Preservation Rocky Mount.
Sue has glass art in homes and businesses in 10 states and over 50 cities in the U.S. Her latest creations are not simply standard windows designs. Her one-of-a-kind pieces include multi-dimension art for home and garden environments, using light, water and air in addition to glass. Thus the slogan “Glassified Art”!!