Some stained glass resources to explore:
Chester Cathedral - the home of some of Trena Cox's earliest commissions. Explore the cathedral's ongoing heritage and conservation projects. Featuring the Gallery of Saints which records the glazed cloister.
The Stained Glass Museum, Ely Cathedral - The Stained Glass Museum's Collection includes over 1,000 stained glass panels from both religious and secular buildings, from all parts of the British Isles. Find details of forthcoming events.
The British Society of Master Glass Painters - founded in 1921, the BSMGP is a membership organisation devoted to the art and craft of stained glass. The BSMGP publish The Journal of Stained Glass annually and offer lectures and events.
The Victoria & Albert Museum, London has an interesting collection of stained glass panels, ranging from medieval to modern.
The Burrell Museum, Glasgow - (recently reopened) The Museum has a large collection of Medieval and Renaissance stained glass collected by its founder Sir William Burrell.
The Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Painters of Glass - established in the 14th century, their focus is on promoting the art and craft of stained glass.
The Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi - an international research project, founded in 1949, to record the surviving medieval glass in Europe and North America. The British Corpus Vitrearum publish Vidimus, an online magazine devoted to stained glass.