The stained glass artistry of Dan and Jill Burstein - specialists in custom window and problem area design solutions.
Featuring the work of stained glass artisan Dan Burstein and designer Jill Burstein

Dan and Jill listened to our ideas and incorporated them perfectly into our custom piece. We were looking to cover as little glass as possible, while enhancing the vista from the palladium window. Thanks to the stained glass, our view is even brighter and aesthetically enhanced.

~ P Nachman, Villanova, PA


Having worked with Dan Burstein on a high-end, custom residential project, it was clear that not only was he extremely talented and competent, but also passionate about his work. His attention to detail and professionalism made him a pleasure to do business with, and our client was thrilled with the end result.

~ Keva Westray, CDI Designs,
New Hope, PA


Dan Burstein and Jill Burstein - New Hope Stained Glass


Dan has studied and worked at  Bucks Community College for over 10 yearsNew Hope Stained Glass is the work of Jill & Dan Burstein, who live and work in Bucks County, just outside of New Hope, PA. They are members of the PA Guild of Craftsmen. They are also members of The Bucks County Guild Members Co-op the Red Tulip Gallery on 19C West Bridge St. New Hope PA, 18938 (267-454-0496). You can view the store website at

Jill, who designs all of the stained glass artwork, holds a BFA from Washington University School of Fine Arts. Dan has studied and worked at Bucks Community College for over 10 years - meticulously transforms Jill's designs into superior quality Tiffany Style stained glass artistry. Dan also works in the leaded cane style of stained glass design.

The couple's love of the medium - its variety in texture, light, and color - and the influence of Frank Lloyd Wright and his light screens, have resulted in a unique and diverse body of work.

Jill & Dan use colored transparent glass and seeded clear glass together to create pieces that help to bring the outside in, while maintaining the design and integrity of the architecture/work that surrounds the artwork. For example, one of their techniques is to incorporate a window mullion-like design into a work that will be hanging in a mullioned window. This gives the illusion that the stained glass is actually part of the window. Some people do not realize that most of today's stained glass panels are installed in conjunction with the customer's existing windows.

In 2013, Dan added a large amount of his blown glass to the store. Recently Dan completed a two week class at Corning Glassworks with the Muranese Maestro, Davide Salvadore and we will be adding more of Dan's murrine work to our store.


* Tiffany style refers to the way the glass is put together. Tiffany stained glass is the newer style and offers a clean, thin line between the colored glass pieces. Leaded Cane style is more associated with much of the older church stained glass windows.

New Hope Stained Glass
3420 N. Sugan Road, New Hope, PA 18938
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