What a stunning book. I'm not surprised to learn it took the author over three years to compile.
Importance of correct techniques for conserving historic stained glass artworks
Roy Miller, in his family signwriting business in Dunedin, began making stained glass windows after World War 2 - a career that would span three decades and result in about 300 windows in over 100 churches scattered across NZ. He became the foremost stained glass artist in New Zealand during that period. Stained glass windows (unlike leadlight) require the collaboration of an artist to design the window along with an artistic craftsman to actually produce the window. Most of the windows are in full public view - but the designers and creators of these artworks are often unrecognised. This well researched book at last brings into the open the lives and the talents of many of these artists and designers associated with the work of Roy Miller.