A commissioned set of works created in 2005 for a Preston Studios collector in the Cloisters, Indialantic, Florida. As seen in the Wardell Publication's 2008 book "Windows of Enduring Color."
In 1986 a 200 acre development named Aquarina in Melbourne Beach commissioned Preston Studios to create a nature masterwork for their beachside clubhouse restaurant. The result was this 6 foot wide by 4 foot tall piece, since donated to and now seen in the Melbourne Beach library above the check-out counter.
Some residential installations by Preston Studios are quite large scale like this 1992 set of windows in the stairwell landing of a private residence on Merritt Island, Florida. As seen in the Wardell Publications book "Windows of Enduring Beauty" (2002).
Often Preston Studios is called upon to create something unique and personal. In this case it was to portray a landmark in each city the client's children resided to be placed into a lightbox over the fireplace in his private residence in Isleworth, Orlando, Florida.
Three large 4 foot wide by 7 foot tall windows were ordered by an entrepreneur for his private library in Bella Collina, Monte Verde, Florida. From Austria originally, the three commissioned works were to portray the origins of the written/published word. So the talents of Stanley Klopfenstine were employed to create a very European style [...]
Preston Studios has the unique ability to create works that appear derived from a different time and culture. Working with interior designer Pam Kendust, here the residential theme for an architect's private home was to be French High renaissance. Using the talents of Stanley Klopfenstine to hand paint and fire an intricate design on the [...]