Chapel Studio was established in 1973 by two former craftsmen from the Whitefriars Studios, which closed in 1980. Robert Holloway, who also trained at Whitefriars, joined the partnership of Chapel Studio, and became sole owner in 1999 following the partners' retirement.
Over the years since the Studio's commencement it has grown both in size and reputation with its skilled artists and craftspeople.
Robert is an Associate of the British Society of Master Glass Painters (BSMGP) and a member of the Institute of Conservation (ICON). The Studio became accredited under ICON in 2000 and is also included in the Conservation Register.
In 2005 the Studio became a limited company and continues to be recognised as a leading authority for new designs, leaded lights, conservation of Mediaeval and restoration of Victorian stained glass, as well as repairs and protective work countrywide of vandalised or deteriorating windows.
In addition to our committed and experienced staff we welcome those who are training/studying, or are interested in training within this craft, to attend the Studio to gain more help and experience through work experience or from the Award Schemes that run annually.
Some of our most recent projects have been Horace Walpole's villa, Strawberry Hill and St Mary the Virgin, Ewelme. Visit our website to see some of the many locations we have worked on over the years and to find out more about us.
Click here to see examples of the Studio's work.
14 Bridge Road
Tel: 01923 266386
Fax: 01923 269707