All designs on this web site are original designs.
If you don't see something that is just right for you, it is
because I haven't created it yet!
For more painted glass, see my Vase page.
For something truly unique and original, have Janet create
a unique work of art just for you!
New Process of painting and fusing art glass. Finished, May, 2014. I used an image of a watercolor painting by
South Carolina artist, Bob Graham, with permission. The one on the right belongs to Bob Graham, the one on
the left is in my personal collection.
Custom fused and painted glass backsplash for the Rairigh Residence,
Mitchell, Nebraska.28" x 18"
Installed April, 2014
Custom original design, sandblasted and painted transom window for the
Neumiller residence, Casper, Wyoming, 2012, 19 1/2" x 57 1/2" x 1/4"
One of a set of two closet doors for Angela Zambai
residence, Casper, Wyoming, Design concept by
Angela Zambai. Sandblasted, painted and sandblasted on
both sides of the glass. March, 2011
Sandblasted, painted texture glass cabinet door inserts
Angela Zambai residence, Casper, Wyoming.
Fused, textured, bent glass, sandblasted and painted
Glass light fixture cover for Angela Zambai
residence, Casper, Wyoming. January, 2011
Above window one of 31 windows for the Gore Chapel in Lander,
Wyoming. There are 10 different windows this size, 28" x 40"
Custom design, fabrication and painting by Janet Zambai
Below detail of St. Paul's face, painted with Reusche Glass paints.
The background is fused glass that incorporates frit painting and bubble
glass. The Antelope and mountains were sandblasted and then painted
on the front surface of the glass. 15" x 25", each panel. These are
cabinet door insets for the Gail Manke residence, Casper, Wyoming.
Custom ordered gift, 2010
The image of the dog was sandblasted onto a piece of
painted glass, and incorporated into a cut glass panel
11" x 12"
20" x 24" sandblasted and airbrush painted
custom Spirit design on Clear Baroque glass.
Donated to the Wyoming Medical Center Foundation
fund raiser,October, 2009.
Purchased by Dr. Tobin, Casper, Wyoming
Custom Sandblasted and airbrush painted cabinet door
inset for Elain and Ron Halstead residence,
Douglas, Wyoming, June, 2009
Reverse painted back splash for behind a stove in a kitchen in
the residence of Steve & Angie Surmer in Dubois, Wyoming, October, 2006.
25" x 21" laminated safety glass was first sandblasted, and then painted from
the back side of the glass with automotive paints, using an airbrush and
paintbrushes. This is the view behind the owner's home.
The design was Sandblasted on a blue green piece of art glass,
and the bird is painted white, in a 12" x 18"oak frame.
Custom Order 12-2008
Sandblasted and painted flowers and a variety of birds adorn
the center pieces of these stained glass windows
for the Garry Meyer residence, Casper, Wyoming.
Feb., 2007. 15 1/2" x 36", 15 1/2" x 22 1/2"
Custom sandblasted and painted window for
The Hank and Annita Neubauer residence at Alcova Lake
November, 2008. 19" x 58"
Sandblasted and painted mountain scene on the back side
of 48" x 52" x 1/4" clear mirror. The sky is still left mirrored.
Custom mirror for Eades Construction
Casper Wyoming, August 2008.
This home was featured in the 2nd annual
Parade of Homes, September, 2008.
"Wyoming Mountain Paradise"
4' diameter x 1/4" custom Sandblasted and painted
entry glass , using Automotive type Candy Colors.
Created for Computer Soultions,
Casper, Wyoming, August, 2008.
This custom gift for the Kaigie family is German for
Wine Room. This is sandblasted and then painted on opaque glass.
The Glass paint was fired in a kiln.
The top photo is with a back light, and the bottom photo is
lit from the front. This shows the difference that lighting makes.
Two pieces of glass, reverse painted thatinstalled in a shower in the
Master Bath in the Witzeling residence, Casper, Wyoming. These reverse
painted scenes are little windows in the shower. 12" x 18" each.
14" x 18" Fused "Bubble Glass" with a rainbow trout
sandblasted and then air brush painted on the surface,
in an oak frame. December, 2007.
Rainbow trout swim through "Bubble Glass" panels in the entry
of Wyoming Wound Care Physical Therapy Office, Casper, Wyoming.
The fish were first sandblasted and then painted. Installed July, 2007.
These flowers were first sandblasted, and then painted for
one of the panels in the elevator for the McMurry residence,
Casper, WYoming, Installed July, 2007.
"Splash!" The center is sandblasted & painted.
The borders are fused "Bubble Glass".
This piece is made with Spectrum glass & Reusche paints.
12" x 21 1/2" Sample for Classes in Las Vegas!
The hummingbirds and flowers are sandblasted and
then painted with Reusche Glass Paints
on a heavy textured glass to provide privacy
for this entry door for the Bellis
families Teton Home,. September, 2006.
5' x 3' x 1/4" clear glass, Transom window above entry door, in the private
residence of Ying & Phillip, Boulder, Colorado, installed August, 2005.
The custom original design is sandblasted and then parts are painted.
Photo above taken in my studio, photo below shown installed, with
all of the trees in the background outside.
Above, 3' x 6' sign for Dr. Bob Tobin's new facility , Rocky Mountain Oncology in Casper,
Wyoming, November, 2005. I started with a piece of mirror, then sandblasted all of the backing off,
except for the lettering and reflection. Then I carved and painted the rest of the design.
Below the fireplace is surrounded with sandblasted and painted glass are on the opposite side of the wall
from the sign. November, 2005 The four side panels are about 2' x 4'
Custom organic design is deep carved into the glass by sandblasting, then
painted with special glass paint that is fired into the surface of the glass.
This piece is included in the book, "Contemporary Glass Enameling"
by Kay Bain Weiner, 2005.
It is also the image that appears on Janet's Glass Art Collector Card #73.
Original whimsical design is deep carved into a piece of clear Baroque glass,
then painted with PPG Automotive paint.
Detail of daisies that are sandblasted and painted with a special glass
paint that is fired into the surface of the glass. 5" x 8"
This beautiful log home of Bob Ingram, Casper,
Wyoming was sand carved into a piece of opaque glass,
then painted with Reusche glass paints
which were fired into the surface of the glass.
This is one of three pieces that
are installed in cabinet doors above the stove. 12" x 9" 2003
This is a typical Janet Zambai original floating flowery design. Sample piece, 10" x 8".
This piece was the first image in the book "Contemporary Glass Enameling"
by Kay Weiner. It is sandblasted and painted with fired in Reusche Glass paints.
Custom bathroom window for the Jacob's Ranch, Wyoming. The center panel was
sandblasted and painted, then incorporated into a cut glass panel and set
into an octagon window. 32" x 32"
The center panel is sandblasted and painted, then incorporated with some clear textured glass
and bevels for Jack Harbison residence, Casper, Wyoming. Note the reflection from the clear
textured glass in the foreground.
Something for everyone! Just for fun! Detail of a mirror border for a home bar,
Jim & Gail Perino residence, Newcastle, Wyoming, 2006. The card design
was sandblasted and painted onto a piece of white glass.
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