David Wilson is a glass artist and designer living in central New York State since 1978. Born in England in 1941, he graduated from art school with a National Diploma in Design (NDD) in 1961. He then emigrated to the USA to work primarily as a stained glass designer for the Rambusch Decorating Company in NYC. In addition to stained glass design he also provided space planning, interior and sanctuary furnishings design, murals, and architectural model building. In 1975 he became head of the stained glass studio prior to moving upstate.
His aesthetic approach works with the design sensibility of each project he undertakes, integrating glass art with the architectural environment. His projects range from religious buildings, airports, medical centers, major corporate and public buildings, to private residences. Quoting the Jury from the General Services Administration Design Award for Robert C. Byrd U.S. Courthouse, Charleston, WV - "The elegant and deliberate juxtaposition of geometry and color in this work results in a brilliant melding of tradition with contemporary artistic and architectural intent. The exemplary use of scale and color in the work creates a unique perception of the interior space".
Past clients include Corning Inc, Merck & Co.,Inc, Port Authority of NY&NJ, General Services Administration, NJ State Council on the Arts, Leo Burnett, NJ Transit, College of the Holy Cross, Loyola College in Maryland, Nations Bank, New York City MTA, Connecticut Commission on the Arts, UNC Chapel Hill, LeMoyne College, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and Washington DC WMATA.