Casper, Wyoming

jzambai@msn.com

Wether you call it Sandblasted Glass

or Etched Glass... I can create a custom

unique design just for you!

 

Sandblasting is like drawing on glass, any design is possible. If you

don't see what you want,  it is because we haven't made it for you yet.

 

    

Custom Ordered 22" diameter x 1/2" clear sandblasted glass tops for custom table tops for

Meltzer residence, in Pennsylvania.  The design is wild flowers mixed with my

own floral creations.  January, 2014

     

Set of four cabinet door panels for residence  in Colorado

18" x 24"

 

 

Platte Valley Bank job, Casper, Wyoming, November 2012

Neil Coupens Construction, contractor

Lee's glass, installation

Glass spanned 40 feet across the balcony and the tallest pieces

at the peak in the center were 11 feet tall.

Custom Etched glass or Sandblasted Glass

Above, view from lobby and below close up of first piece installed

from the balcony side.

 

     

Shower enclosure for a private residence, Casper, Wyoming, 2012

sandblasted on tempered glass.

Installation by the Glass Guys

Custom original  etched   glass design .

 

 

Custom Shower enclosure for a private residence in

Parker, Colorado.  Design concept was by

Becky @ Doane Designs,  www.doanedesigns.net

Professional interior designer.

4 separate panels, 7 1/2'  tall, and a total of 7 1/2' wide.

Above , shown installed, photo by Becky Doane,

Below photo in my studio.

 

 

Detail of the sandblasted  Hippo's in the foreground

water in the bottom right.

 

View from inside of the shower looking into the

master bathroom.  The design was sandblasted on tempered glass.

Spring, 2011.

Photo by Becky Doane

www.doanedesigns.net

 

24 " x 32" Sandblasted Glass Elk Scene of the Sangre de Cristo

Mountains at the Aspen Meadow Elk Ranch in Colorado

Created For Douglas Gesner, December, 2010

 

  

Sandblasted Glass Elk pantry doorwith mountain scene

sandblasted on tempered glass .  The back side

of the glass was sandblasted to obscure the view

into the pantry, and the design was blasted onto

toe front surface.  February, 2011

Zimmerman residence, Casper, Wyoming.

 

 

 

Kiln sculpted and then sandblasted glass cabinet door insets

22" x 26" Jan. 2011

 

 

 

One of the first pieces of sandblasted glass entry doors that I sandblasted

when I first learned how to blast.  

Sandblasted Tiger and the Rooster, 6' x 8' x 1/2"

in a private residence, Casper, Wyoming,

Rocky Eades Construction, 1992.

Sandblasted glass Bathroom Window for Anthony and Amber

Zambai residence, , Parker, CO., Sept. 2010,

Design by Anthony Zambai

 

Sandblasted glass Bathroom Window for Anthony and Amber

Zambai residence, , Parker, CO., Sept. 2010,

Design by Anthony Zambai

 

  Sandblasted glass Sidelight Window beside entry door

for Anthony and Amber Zambai residence,

Parker, CO., Sept. 2010,

Design by Anthony Zambai

 

4" x 4' x 4" sandblasted and painted glass sign for the

new location of AMBI Mail service,

Casper, Wyoming  May 2010

 

 

    

Sandblasted Glass Elk and Bear

Cabinet door insets for the Gail Zimmerman

residence, Casper, Wyoming.  July, 2010

A Sandblasted Elk and a Sandblasted bear.

 

 12" x 59" sandblasted Glass transom window,

for the Carroll

residence, Casper, Wyoming, July, 2010

 

 

  

Set of two tempered Sandblasted glass glass

shower/tub enclosures

for Myrna Gullion Residence, Casper, Wyoming

June, 2010,  "Gift of the Spirit" Series.

28" x 56" reverse etched, the design is clear,

and the background sandblasted.

 

  

Set of two tempered  Sandblasted glass

shower/tub enclosures

for Myrna Gullion Residence, Casper, Wyoming

June, 2010,  "Bird-of-Paradise"

28" x 56" reverse etched, the design is clear,

and the background sandblasted.

 

 

Custom sandblasted Glass aspen trees landscape

scene on Pella windows for the

master bath at the Thorson Residence,

Casper, Wyoming,   May, 2010

  

Closer detail of sandblasted tempered glass windows for the

Thorson residence,  Casper Wyoming, May 2010. 

4' tall.  The bottom is more

obscure to block the view in from the outside.

 

 

24" x 32" Sandblasted  Glass Deer in

Aspen trees on Baroque Glass

Jack & Sherry Paulson residence

April, 2010

 

  

 

Reverse sandblasted  Glass Shower door  with

shell design for ABR Construction New York.

July, 2009 two each small 19" x 22" and large is 19" x 48"

 

 

Custom sandblasted glass wine bottle, memorial to a loyal employee

of Sutherlands, Casper, Wyoming, July, 2009

 

 

Sandblasted Glass entry doors and transom window.

Kimmeri's Restaurant at the Trails End Motel, Sheridan,

Wyoming, 2009. Photo by Dave Wills,

Wyoming Building Supply

 

 

 

Pieces of 1/2" clear tempered sandblasted glass were blasted

on both sides and were installed as stair rail pieces, and then

edge lit with blue lights.

  Casper, Wyoming, 2007-2008.

 

Above cabinet drawer fronts were

sandblasted

on both sides of the glass

, Casper, Wyoming, 2007-2008.

 

This Whimsical piece was sandblastd on the interior glass of a

60" x 18" Transom Window in the living room of the

TimAnn and Stuart Day Residence,

Casper, Wyoming, September, 2008.

 

 

   

Detail upper left and 5 of ten panels shown right in the new residence of

Dave & Mary Mertz, Casper, Wyoming, May, 2007.  Pieces of

Bronze tempered glass were sandblasted with grass on both sides

of the glass and installed on a half wall with space between as a

divider between the kitchen/ dining room and the living area.

Photo below is the view from the kitchen side to the entry .

Installation by United Glass.

 

 

Private residence, ordered by Alex Karotis from Sarasota Florida

for an interior door glass between a dining room and kitchen. 

23 3/4" x 43 7/8".  November, 2007

 

A simple geometric border edges the design on the

9' tall x 1/2"thick clear tempered sandblasted glass

shower surround in the master of the McMurry

Residence, Casper, Wyoming, July, 2007

 

 The symbol for a successful Gas well floats in the upper portion

of the sandblasted glass, surrounded by a simple geometric design that is

blasted on both sides of these tempered glass doors leading

into the the Office and workout area of the McMurry residence

Casper, Wyoming, July, 2007.

A simple geometric design offers privacy to those who are

working out in the work-out room in the McMurry residence,

Casper, Wyoming.  8' x 3' x 1/2" tempered sandblasted glass door .

Installation by Casper Window and Door. July, 2007

 

 

Midnight tree.  This design was Sandblasted

on Armstrong Float Fire 82 black & white glass.

Sample done for an article for Glass Art Magazine, 2008.

The article is also printed on the

Armstrong Glass website.

 

 

12" x 16" framed sandblasted boat on custom

flashed glass for Ed & Tami Opella, Casper. 2008

 

 

Sandblasted on red flashed glass 8" x 10"

is an image from a photograph of

Sherrie's Restaurant, Casper, Wyoming.

 

 

 

Photographic images of twins, Daniel and Jennifer were sandblasted

onto flashed blue glass, December, 2007. Each image, 5" x 7".

 

 

Sandblasted "Pheasant in a wheat field"

Custom design on a piece of opaque green glass

for a customer of Wyoming Building Supply.

 

 

Sandblasted Aspens and pines nestle above the

bathroom doors in this clear glass transom window in the

master bath of one of the homes of

Dr. Don and Lori Dickerson, Cheyenne, Wyoming,

August, 2007     48" x  18"x 1/4".

 

 

           

Sandblasted Bear and a Fly fisherman adorn 

the glass French doors.

Dr. Jerry & Mary Behrens residence,

Casper, Wyoming.

 

     

 Sandblasted skiers glide down the clear glass

Cabinet door insets for the Jackson Hole

home of Dr. Jerry & Mary Behren's, August, 2007.

each door is 14" x 30".

 

Custom tempered Bathroom window sandblasted with

an image of Garden Creek Falls, in Larry Jackson

residence, Casper, WYyoming.

A bird on a pine branch with Russian Olive branches

is sandblasted on a tempered shower glass door.

Detail of sandblasted image, Larry Jackson residence,

Casper, Wyoming

 

28" x 28" x 1/4" Carved Sandblasted window for

Pat & Robby Duncan residence,

Douglas, Wyoming, April 2006.

 

                    

 

The Grand Teton's lightly etched on tempered safety glass for entry doors in

a private residence, Casper, Wyoming, 2004

 

                   

Custom shower door 29" x 75" and side panel 66" x 60" for Westnitzer residence,

Casper, Wyoming. June, 2005. Design is sandblasted on tempered glass

and lines up on the top.

 

 

Sandblasted Tempered Glass Shower door, early 1990's.

Private residence in   Rock Springs, Wyoming.

 

Custom design that picks up the feel of the tile in the

Master bath window. The  Sandblasted glass is tempered and

parts of the design are blasted on both sides of the glass, 

allowing light to come in while giving privacy.

Custom remodeled home by Hein Homes, Casper, Wyoming.

 

A piece of tempered glass was custom glue chipped, and

the flower design was sandblasted onto the glass that

compliments the design in the ceramic tile in the

master bath of the Tobin Residence, Casper, Wyoming.

Rocky Eades Construction.

 

   

These elk were sandblasted on the top portion of sliding french doors.

Installed in a private residence in northern Wyoming.

 

 

Sandblasted pantry door glass.  The back of the

glass was etched to obscure the contents of the

pantry, and the Aspen tree was etched on the

front surface of the glass.

 

4' x 3' x 1/4" clear glass American National Bank, Casper, Wyoming.

This is one of three pieces that are installed as a divider between the inside

and the outside teller lines.  Remodeled Spring, 2005.

4' x 3' x 1/4" clear glass American National Bank, Casper, Wyoming.

This is one of three pieces that are installed as a divider between the inside

and the outside teller lines.  Remodeled Spring, 2005.

 

4' x 3' x 1/4" clear glass American National Bank, Casper, Wyoming.

This is one of three pieces that are installed as a divider between the inside

and the outside teller lines.  Remodeled Spring, 2005.

Ron Morrison, Contractor, Randy Hein Architect.

 

 

4' x 3' x 1/4" Clear glass sandblasted with a Teton Mountain scene.

Dr. Rod Hill Office, Casper, WYoming, October, 2005. 

Mike Brownell Construction

 

Holiday Inn Express, I-25 & Lincoln Way, Cheyenne, Wyoming.  The Teton's

sandblasted on tempered safety glass.  Spring, 2005

 

 

The Logo's for two local car dealerships in Casper were sandblasted on

five separate pieces of  1/2" x 7 1/2' x 4' tempered glass .  2004

 

 

 

 

University of Wyoming, Washakie Center, King Street Market, Laramie , Wyoming. 20' x 9' x 1/2"  One of three sets of sandblasted glass walls.

Each of these 5 panels of glass was sandblasted with a scene from the Snowy Range.  Each panel was 4' x 9' x 1/2" thick. 

Moveable wall system.

 

 

A typical Wyoming scene with Yucca, a wagon wheel and barbed wire fence

was sandblasted onto this Shower door for the Private residence of Rod & Laura

Stalkup, Casper, Wyoming.

 

 

 

Custom Shower door private residence Casper, Wyoming, The design is lightly shaded onto

tempered safety glass.

 

 

Tempered glass door panel. 8' x 30", Mike & Debbie Reid Residence, Casper,

Wyoming, September, 2005.  This design is reverse etched so that the design is

left clear and the background is obscured to block some of the incoming sun and

give some privacy.  This design compliments the European Decor of their new home

built by Rock Eades Construction.

                                              

Sample piece sandblasted on two pieces of 1/4" plate glass.

One piece is green, parts of the design are sandblasted

on both sides of both pieces of glass, parts are left clear.

 

Three samples, parts of the design are sandblasted

on both sides of the glass on the one on the left.  The center

one has part of the design carved into the front, and the back is

obscured, for use in a light fixture or for total privacy.  The piece o

on the right has parts of the design blasted onto both sides of the glass.

 

Parts of the design are sandblasted on both sides

of grey glass, with part left clear.

 

 

24" x 24" Logo sandblasted on laminated safety glass for an entry door. 

Casper, Wyoming, October, 2005.

 

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