Newnham College, Cambridge
“It was a great pleasure working with Beverly – her combination of professionalism and fun was truly a delight!”
Frances Hazlehurst – Newnham College, Cambridge
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“Thank you so much for the brilliant work! You took the time to understand what I wanted and made me feel really involved. I think the result is fantastic and it brightens my day every time I see it.”
Mel Cash – London
“We wanted to make our front door more welcoming and personal. We had seen Beverly’s stained glass designs at an ‘Open Studios’ event and approached her for ideas. Beverly took the time to come up with a great brief for us. She was both inspiring and professional and her work is a great addition to our house. Visitors often comment on it and children enjoy seeking out the hidden sandblasted animal shapes. It looks so different throughout the day, but I enjoy it most in the morning when I am greeted by the wonderful colours reflected into the hall.”
Caroline Sharp – West Hampstead, London
“Beverly Bryon came up with a mirror that fits in with my room and my taste. The design and the colours pull the room together and is a real focal point. The mirror has become the most important part of my living space.”
Kim Lipman – Brighton
“Beverly’s workmanship is first class. What I liked about Prisms was that I was able to be involved at every stage of the commission and I ended up with a piece of art, not just a coloured glass window.”
Russell Looker – Hertfordshire
“Prisms Glass are really creative – and relevant. Beverly Bryon’s ability to surprise by translating a medley of ideas into a delightful reality, is simply knockout! Grasping the fundamentals of a brief, no matter how simple or complex, especially when clients may not be crystal-clear themselves, seems to stimulate her creativity rather than inhibiting.
Our latest challenge asked for just two small panels to lift a narrow entrance. Beverly’s solution transformed the area.”
Adrian Sims – London/Sierra Leone
“We are delighted with the stained glass panels you designed and made for our front door. A lot of the original Edwardian glass was cracked – and a large central panel had been replaced with plain glass. We originally approached you with the idea of patching and repairing. But on your advice we eventually decided to replace the lot. We are very glad we did.
You came up with a design that picked up many elements of the original, but introduced some new, more interesting colours and patterns. It’s completely in keeping with the house and those of our neighbours. Everyone now assumes it is the original glass and it is much admired.
We very much enjoyed working with you – you made the whole process very simple and straightforward and kept us involved throughout.
We would gladly recommend you to any other potential customers.”
Judy Lee and John Morrison – London, NW6
“We approached Prisms to design a panel for the door to our client’s vivid yellow and pink kitchen. Beverly Bryon submitted a sophisticated, abstract design to be produced in stained glass – they called it: “Tutti Frutti”! We loved the fact that it perfectly complemented the interior. It was easy to obtain our client’s approval of both the design and the price. The panel was made and ready for installation on schedule.
Result: The client simply loves the panel – and has now installed special exterior lighting so that the art work can also be enjoyed at night. It’s an outstanding piece that we’re proud to include in our own portfolio.”
David Resnick Associates – Interior Designers – London
Hackney Free and Parochial Church of England School, London
“Through Beverly’s adroit design the windows are transformed into a trinity of luminescence, interlinked by a flowing milky ribbon of light to lend a wonderful dynamic of movement. The windows draw one’s eye into the room, allowing the beauty of natural light to play on the panes and then upon the forms within the space to add still further to the grace of the room. The windows complete the space and contribute significantly to sustaining the aura of peace and stillness which has been created here.”
Mark Brokenshire, Head of Religious Studies, Hackney Free and Parochial Church of England School, London