WELCOME TO THE SPECTACULAR GLASS ART OF
Relkie Art Glass
Welcome to the spectacular glass art of Relkie Art Glass. For over 38 years Neil has channeled his artistic talents into stained, sandblasted, carved and fused glass, ranging from bold, colorful imagery to subtle accents, wildlife to abstracts. His designs bestow individuality, character, and beauty for home and business. A traditional art form with a modern spin, his glass becomes a long lasting cherished art form. He is truly a craftsmen in a world of mass production!
Entry ways, doors, windows, panels and dividers are transformed into works of art glass for your residence or commercial business. Choose from hundreds of designs in our stained glass and art glass galleries, or we can custom design and built to your specifications to create the perfect piece for your décor.
Relkie Art Glass has been creating works of art glass since 1984.
Relkie Art Glass is pleased to announce we have been featured in the exclusive Perspectives on Design Western Canada coffee table book, a showcase of the regions finest architects, interior designers, artisan and craftsmen, under whose creative direction the extraordinary is possible.
Stained, carved & sandblasted art glass doors and windows for your living space.
“Thank you very much! In a long year of working with various contractors and experiencing varying degrees of quality and customer service, you were an absolute pleasure to work with! I would recommend you to anyone.”
– Moira-Ann Handford, West Vancouver, British Columbia
“Our new window is absolutely beautiful. Neil captured the essence of the flowers in a way which lights the centre of our home with brilliant colour, regardless of the weather. It lifts my spirits whenever I see it. Thanks, Neil!”
GWEN L’HIRONDELLE, SQUAMISH, B.C.
“Neil is a true craftsman. We wanted a custom look and Neil worked with us to deliver exactly what we wanted. The project was well managed from start to finish – no worries and no surprises. We are extremely happy and highly recommend him.”
TIM SILK, VANCOUVER