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Delcia Litt an award winning artist, is the principle designer and creator for Mountain Top Stained Glass located in Erie Colorado. She began working on traditional stained glass windows in 1985, and mosaics in 2000. She continues to explore new applications and techniques creating one of a kind fine art collectibles and gift shop items.

Her first exhibition in 2001 was in Estes Park where she lived for many years with her husband, 2 dogs, a bird, and a cat. She soon found herself competing in juried fine arts and crafts shows, and outdoor art venues. Winning awards for best glass artist in Golden one year. 


She creates contemporary mosaic work with an abstract flare while also enjoying kilned formed glass and traditional stained glass windows. She loves teaching workshops to inspire new crafters and future artists. She is willing to share her secrets and techniques that comes with 40 plus years in the art of making glass art.

She was the Public Relations Chair for Colorado Mosaic Artists serving a 2 year term in 2015 - 2016. She was re-elected to the Board as Co-President in 2020. She is a current member of NoBo Arts District in Boulder. She is a past member of Glass Artists of Colorado and Society of American Mosaic Artists. She is available for teaching workshops, lectures and school art education opportunities that encourage appreciation of the arts.


Each work of art is one of a kind. She is driven to incorporate many design elements, colors, and textures that provide extraordinary affects.

She delights in the visually engaging and texturally stimulating elements of glass and stone and their reflective properties. Her precision flowing designs are her signature style. Each mosaic will take on a life of its own with the ever changing light.


In the past her favorite materials used created  shimmer and sparkle. They provided  the  creative  dimensions and life she wanted to bring to her work. Her new found passion is working with more rocks and natural stones. Her gift is finding ways to incorporate multiple design elements, making them work together.



1st Place in stained glass window for flat panels for “Butterfly & Iris” Feb 2015 Cheyenne

1st Place in mosaic category for “Cosmic Blast” Feb 2015 Cheyenne

3rd Place in mosaic category for “Cosmic Blossom” Feb 2015 Cheyenne

1st Place in multi-media category for “Golden Wood Mirror” Aug 2014 Erie Arts Coalition

“Baroque in Blues” Mosaic Technique Award “Cutting Edges” show September 2013 Lakewood Cultural Center a juried show judged by Julie Richey

People’s Choice Award for “Dragonfly Flash” May 2011 at Glass at the Gallery Show May 2011 Denver

People’s Choice Award for “Aurora Borealis Mosaic Mirror” and 1st Place for Cold Glass Technique at Glass at the Gallery Show May 2010 Denver

2nd Place in “Mosaic Technique” for “Baroque in Blues” May 2010 Glass at the Gallery Show Denver

1st Place “Best of Glassworks” Boulder Creek Art Festival May 2009 Boulder

1st Place in “Miscellaneous Technique” for “Champagne Brunch” Feb 2009 Cheyenne

3rd Place in “Cold Glass Technique” for “Purple Geos & Amethysts” Sep 2008 Denver

2nd Place in the Glass Category “Golden Fine Arts Festival” Aug 2007 Golden

2nd Place in “Miscellaneous Technique” for “Fishing Bear Blues” Jan 2007 Cheyenne

3rd Place in “Cold Glass Technique” for “Celebration” mosaic sculpture Sep 2005 Denver

1st Place in “Miscellaneous Technique” for “Dream Dancer” mosaic Feb 2005 Cheyenne

1st Place in “Technique” for “Garden Landscape” mosaic triptych Jul 2003 Denver

Founders Award for New Artists for “Tahosa” mosaic mirror Sep 2002 Estes Park

2nd Place in “Technique” for “Tahosa” mosaic mirror Jul 2002 Denver

Award of Merit in “Technique” for “Splash” mosaic mirror Dec 2001 Denver

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