In the artist's own words:
"[With stained glass] I am basically self-taught, although in the beginning I did work for a studio.”
"[I don't paint on glass because] I love to see the same effect inside and out . . . . with painting, you need the sun behind a window . . . so it’s not as colourful at night.”
“[Eschewing painting means] it’s a lot more work, a lot more cutting and lead work to make a strong line drawing . . . but [this results in] a more intricate window.”
"Only if it works, if it inspires people, do I feel I have done a good job."
Source: Huobard, Jackie. A Work of Faith. The Tribune, April 10, 1993.
Stages of design and development:
Selection from a series of thirteen stained glass windows for Crossroads Communications, Burlington, Ontario:
Another selection from the series of thirteen stained glass windows at Crossroads Communications: