Majeki’s Stained Glass Works, was established in 1990, by Mark Kidd Sr the owner and designer. The work produced in his studio, are originals drew by Mark and produced by Mark, along with is 5 children as helping hands.
"Once an apprentice, Mark Kidd now owns Majeki’s Stained Glass - Mount Airy Times Express (1992)"
Although, Mark Kidd is skilled in many areas, including painting and sculpture Mark has devoted most of his talents to stained glass work. He has designed windows for homes, offices and religious buildings through the Eastern U.S and also designs a gift line, which he sells at craft festivals and shows. Two of his popular Items are the ” Glass Hand Bag” and the stained glass “Necktie”.
Mr Kidd’s work can be found through out the United States and Canada. He was selected to design a Christmas tree ornament during the Clinton Administration for President and Mrs Clinton’s White House tree. He was also commissioned to design, fabricate and Install an 11′ x 10′ window over the Baptismal area at Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church’s new building located on Cheltenham Avenue in Philadelphia, PA . Mark Kidd has also designed the The Legacy of Love Foundations, Inc ‘s ” Men Making a Difference in the Community Awards in 2010. In the Year 2001 Majeki's signed a contract with Beavor College, which is now known to be Arcadia University for an on-going window restoration project. is currently working on a on-going window restoration project with Arcadia University, in Glynside, Pennsylvania. We have re-produced, and reconstructed broken stained glass windows in Arcadia's historical buildings.
The name Majeki comes from the first two letters in the first , middle and last name of Mark Kidd. The style reflects the personal commitment Mark, has put into his business.