Since 1981, David Houser has been designing and executing stained glass ornaments, panels and kaleidoscopes from his home in the woods of West Virginia.

Specializing in geometric and abstract designs, David's leaded panels incorporate both American and European stained and clear textured art glass. Appropriate for use as exterior or interior windows, David's panels are known for their high degree of craftsmanship and use of color. All glass is hand cut and assembled by David, one piece at a time.

See David's Work

Stained Glass Art Panels

Stained Glass Kaleidoscopes

CLASSES (Week-long Workshops)

Road Scholar classes at the Cedar Lakes Conference Center, Ripley, WV Sunday, April 9th - Friday, April 14th Sunday, April 30th - Friday, May 5th Augusta Heritage Center, Davis & Elkins College, Elkins, WV Contact: Sunday, July 16th - Friday, July 21st


Mountain State Art & Craft Fair, Ripley, WV Sept. 15-17

CLASSES (Single-day Workshops)

The single-day workshops will feature this West Virginia Star Quilt Block. Students will create this piece using glass made in West Virginia (either Blenko or Wissmach).

West Virginia Star Quilt Block

Arthurdale Heritage, Arthurdale, WV
Thursday, April 20th.
Friday, April 21st.
Saturday, April 22nd.
Monday, April 24th.

Szilagyi Arts Center, (Riverbend Studio), Rowlesburg, WV
Thursday, May 11th
Friday, May 12th
Saturday, May 13th

Green Bank Library, Green Bank, WV
In corporation with the Pocahontas County Arts Council
Thursday, May 18th
Friday, May 19th
Saturday, May 20th