Clark and his staff create new windows for churches, temples and homes to match existing windows and design completely original new ones. They repair and replace broken stained glass on-site or in the studio and Sunlites provides a complete package of services and materials to complete projects in a professional manner (including installation of scaffolding and provision of insurance coverage). Yet, they are happy to repair one broken piece in the front door of a local home, as well. Sunlites Stained Glass and The Beach Gallery Gift Shop are located at 114-24 Rockaway Beach Boulevard. For details on the full range of services from at Sunlites and a roster of clients, visit their "almost finished" website at www.sunlitesstainedglass.com. Sunlites Stained Glass and its talented staff of local specialty craftspeople have been carrying out large and small stained glass restoration and design projects from their studio in Rockaway Park for over 23 years. Patrick Clark, professional artist and master craftsman, personally performs and directs all hands-on work. Locally, he is best known for his design and installation of the 9/11 memorial glass dome and mosaic at Tribute Park on Jamaica Bay at Beach 116 Street. Recently, Sunlites opened The Beach Gallery which serves as their stained glass showroom and offers for sale unique original artworks and photography, jewelry and sculptures, all produced by local Rockaway artists. A member of the N.Y. Landmarks Conservancy Professional Circle, Sunlites completed one of the single largest historic church stained glass restoration projects in New York City in the past twenty years, building a workshop atop a 13-story interior scaffold for an immense project at St. Jean Baptiste Church on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Sunlites restored 100 historic windows there made in 1914 at the Chartres, France studio of Charles Lorin. Its roster of projects includes more than 100 religious houses of worship in the five boroughs of New York and on Long Island, including many restorations and small new stained glass windows at the famed St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City.