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Preston Studios

Jerry Preston and John Emery, both global travelers, started their life-long saga in stained glass at PRESTON STUDIOS in 1976.  Works be these two artists can now be seen in Denmark, Scotland, Nova Scotia (Canada), Tortola (British Virgin Islands), as well as a number of states within the U.S.  Most of their work, however resides in Central Florida, particularly the Space Coast.  Carol Ingram lives with her late husband's collection of 20 PRESTON STUDIOS lamps in Melbourne Beach, and many people enjoy the entrances of the the Lansing Island Clubhouse, the Savannahs Clubhouse on Merritt Island, Henegar Center for the Arts in Melbourne, as well as the windows that grace the narthex of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Melbourne. Many times works by the studio have been featured in the media, most recently in the Jan/Feb issue of Glass Art Magazine.

Works by the studio can be seen on their website as well as on Facebook:


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John Emery in front of the Lobeck PRESTON STUDIOS entrance commission in Grant, Florida
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