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What a long, strange road it’s been for me! After retiring in 1982 from teaching in a prison, I began working in stained glass, initially studying under Jim Galloway of Galloway Stained Glass Studio in Peoria, Illinois, at which time I constructed the windows for the house my wife and I built in Arkansas. I have always had an appreciation for stained glass and a good eye for color, so I established the business Heirloom Stained Glass Studio in 1987. I attend four to five festivals per year and produce custom work for clients, both locally and nationally, through my website. The distinction of my work is due, in part, to the fact that I, personally, construct every project from conception to completion. I take great satisfaction in creating heirloom pieces that are like welcoming friends when one comes home.

Artist Web Site
http://www.heirloomstainedglass.com/

  • Male
  • Born on May 26
  • Joined July 19, 2010

Favorite materials

English Muffle stained glass, bullseye glass, Urborus glass

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About

What a long, strange road it’s been for me! After retiring in 1982 from teaching in a prison, I began working in stained glass, initially studying under Jim Galloway of Galloway Stained Glass Studio in Peoria, Illinois, at which time I constructed the windows for the house my wife and I built in Arkansas. I have always had an appreciation for stained glass and a good eye for color, so I established the business Heirloom Stained Glass Studio in 1987. I attend four to five festivals per year and produce custom work for clients, both locally and nationally, through my website. The distinction of my work is due, in part, to the fact that I, personally, construct every project from conception to completion. I take great satisfaction in creating heirloom pieces that are like welcoming friends when one comes home.

Artist Web Site
http://www.heirloomstainedglass.com/

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