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St Stephen, Comely Bank (detail)
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St Philip, Joppa south window (detail)
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Right-hand installation (detail)

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Douglas Hogg Fellow

Born Edinburgh 1948.   Studied stained glass, drawing and painting at the Edinburgh College of Art.   Postgraduate study, various awards and bursaries.   Head of stained/architectural glass course at ECA 1979-2000.   Member of Council, British Society of Master Glass Painters, London.   External examiner at Swansea, University of Wales 2002-2005 
My work investigates image and spatial effect, implementing and developing the use of colour, scale and form relevant to the specific nature or requirements demanded by particular spaces.  
Materials used include various flat and processed glasses, occasionally in combination with non-glass elements.   Techniques utilized spread across use of paint, stain, enamel and gilding, screen print, airbrush, cold process and heat forming.
Architectural/client propriety is an early concern in all projects, and unique works both of an internal and external nature have been achieved.

Loganlea – Gordon – Berwickshire – Scotland – TD3 6JN
Tel:01573 410251   


  • 2006: Auchterarder Parish Church, Perth and Kinross – installation to north gable
  • 2006: Chapel at The Hermitage, Shepherds Law, Northumberland – small bonded window
  • 2005: Bishop’s Chapel, Scottish Churches House, Dunblane – hot formed panels, etching
  • 2005: St Stephen’s Comely Bank Church, Edinburgh – large glass screen and two windows
  • 2004: Baillie Gifford Offices, Edinburgh – two-part glass installation in reception area
  • 2004: Dean Parish Church, Edinburgh – sandblasted glass wall and two bonded windows
  • 2003: Craigmillar Park Church, Edinburgh – ‘Raasay Stone’ gallery screen artwork
  • 2001: St Philip’s Church, Joppa, Edinburgh – two large stained and painted windows

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