Stained Glass Window Restoration at Queen Street United Methodist Church in Kinston, NC
Windows before restoration work.
Existing discolored protective covering. The middle window has the protective covering removed.
Close-up showing how the paint has chipped and fell off of the wood frame.
Close-up showing how the window has bulged toward the outside.
Close-up showing where the putty has started to peel and fall off.
Bulging window repaired with interlocking braces.
Previously bulged window that is now straightened and has interlocking braces.
Side view of the showing how straight it is with the interlocking braces.
Close-up showing the interlocking braces.
New Protective Covering
New 1/4" Lucite acrylic as protective covering
Window frames that have just been painted.
Close-up of the new 1/4" Lucite acrylic
Another close-up at the bottom.
View of the church from the street
View of the back side of the church.
View of the beautiful windows in the sanctuary
Another view of some of the beautiful windows in the sanctuary
Beautiful "Blessing the Children" window
Opalescent glass windows behind the pulpit
More opalescent glass windows
Beautiful "Jesus with Mary & Martha" window
Beautiful "Garden of Gethsemane" window
Beautiful opalescent glass window
Another beautiful opalescent glass window
Close-up of Mary & Martha