Stained Glass and Mosaic

BIOPHILIA, 2014,  by Artist, Calley O'Neill, and Artisan, Lamar Yoakum,
THE HARMONY WINDOW, 2012, by Calley O'Neill, Artist and Designer, and Lamar Yoakum, Master Stained Glass Artisan, Waimea, Big Island, Hawaii
ON BARNACLES, 1975, Calley O'Neill's first commissioned stained glass window for the Levy family in Englewood, New Jersey.
THE MADONNA AND CHILD, 2003, by Calley O'Neill, Designer/Artist and Lamar Yoakum, Master Stained Glass Artisan, Big Island, Hawaii.  Window at The Annunciation Church, Waimea, Big Island, Hawaii.
THE ANNUNCIATION, 2003 by Artist/Designer Calley O'Neill, and Lamar Yoakum, Master Stained Glass Artisan.  These pieces grace Annunciation Church in Waimea, Big Island, Hawaii.
WAIMEA WINDSWEPT TREE, stained glass window by Calley O'Neill, Artist and Designer, and Lamar Yoakum, Master Stained Glass Artisan
WAIMEA WINDS, 2005, by Calley O'Neill, Artist/Designer, and Lamar Yoakum, Master Stained Glass Artisan.  This window is graces a kama'aina Dallas, Texas home.
WAIMEA HILLS, 2009, by Calley O'Neill, Artist/Designer, and Lamar Yoakum, Master Stained Glass Artisan, Waimea, Big Island, Hawaii.  These pieces are details of an old fashioned Waimea garden tryptic, consisting of three cathedral windows in a Waimea home.
PEACE MANDALA, by Calley O'Neill, Artist/Designer, and Lamar Yoakum, Master Stained Glass Artisan, Waimea, Hawaii.  This window blocks public view into a dental operatory at the offices of  Leesa Miyasoto, DDS in Waimea, Hawaii.
SISTER OF THE EAST, by 2008, by Calley O'Neill, Artist/Designer and Lamar Yoakum, Master Stained Glass Artisan, Big Island, Hawaii.  This window is one of a pair gracing an orthodontic office in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
SISTER OF THE WEST, by 2008, by Calley O'Neill, Artist/Designer and Lamar Yoakum, Master Stained Glass Artisan, Big Island, Hawaii.  This window is one of a pair gracing an orthodontic office in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
THE ASSUMPTION, 2003 by Artist/Designer Calley O'Neill, and Lamar Yoakum, Master Stained Glass Artisan.  These pieces grace Annunciation Church in Waimea, Big Island, Hawaii.
NATIVE JEWELS OF HAWAII, by Calley O'Neill, Designer/Artist and Lamar Yoakum, Master Stained Glass Artisan, Big Island Hawaii.  This window is part of a collection of pieces at The Malamapono Center in Waimea, Hawaii.
PUA KALA AT PUAKEA BAY,  2005, by Calley O'Neill, Artist/Designer and Lamar Yoakum, Master Stained Glass Artisan.  These details are part of a poolside mosaic gracing a Puakea Bay home on the Big Island of Hawaii.  For more information about this mosaic, click this photo.
PUA KALA AT PUAKEA BAY,  2005, by Calley O'Neill, Artist/Designer and Lamar Yoakum, Master Stained Glass Artisan.  These details are part of a poolside mosaic gracing a Puakea Bay home on the Big Island of Hawaii.  For more information about this mosaic, click this photo..
PUA KALA AT PUAKEA BAY,  2005, by Calley O'Neill, Artist/Designer and Lamar Yoakum, Master Stained Glass Artisan.  These details are part of a poolside mosaic gracing a Puakea Bay home on the Big Island of Hawaii.  For more information about this mosaic, click this photo.
RED-EYED TREE FROG, 2013, by Calley O'Neill, Designer and Artist, Lamar Yoakum, Artisan.  Photograph by Piotr Nazkreki of Harvard University.  This window is included in The Rama Exhibition, one of 36 3'x3' windows in the first ever Biodiversity Stained Glass Chapel.  For more information, visit The Rama Exhibition.org
HOLY SPIRIT BAPTISMAL FONT, ANNUNCIATION CHURCH 2018  Calley’s very first underwater stained glass mosaic depicts the Holy Spirit, in the front entrance of the beautiful Annunciation Church in Calley’s hometown of Waimea on the Big Island.  This was an inspired piece coming from meditation, wherein Calley hand placed each of the pattern pieces on the glass.  Calley designed the raised fired gold, which together with the opal heart emphasizes the holy emanations of light of Faith.  When the Holy Spirit drawing was perfect, a crystal sourced rainbow cast its colors upon the drawing in Calley’s studio.  Divine Guidance.  This pool was only the second piece in Calley’s career in which she would not change a thing.
Inspired by TATAVIAM ~ PEOPLE FACING THE SUN, A Family Ancestral Window that Calley researched and designed with Patrick Velis of Waimea, Calley is inviting a whole new genre of stained glass windows… those that reflect your genealogy and celebrate your family roots.  TATAVIAM is installed at Patrick’s front entry and symbolizes his native American Tataviam ancestral roots with silhouettes of his ancestors, who were long-time caretakers of the Mission San Fernando in Southern California.  His people stand at the mission that they took care of for a long time, on their ancestral ground, facing the Vasquez Rocks and the Sun.  The rocks point to Patrick's long journey across the great waters to his beloved home of Waimea, the wahi pana (sacred place) Mauna Kea, which he can see from his front entry, and his deep love of Hawai’i.  The two vastly different ecosystems in this window lifted Calley to a new level of color harmony, subtlety, and integration, wherein she had to place each Mylar pattern piece on the perfect piece of glass to reveal the light and warmth of the rising Sun, the source of life in both realms.  This window marked the first stained glass work where she didn’t want to change anything after it was installed and, that’s a quantum leap and a new beginning!