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Walking along my morning path I am surprised to see this cute little guy , we are both looking for a place to seek shelter from the stormy skies
Working in the style of the great American Frank Lloyd Wright. This full-sized panel (approximately 32″ x 20″) is my interpretation of how minimalism can be simple and complex simultaneously. My goal is to offer an unobstructed view of the … Continue reading
No, it’s not a turtle. Rather a macro photograph of a lonely raindrop resting on a broccoli leaf in the Fall Victory Garden. How innocent and beautiful a drop of water can be.
At long last my newest stained glass piece is complete. The piece represents my first attempt at creating something outside of my comfort zone. I typically favor more abstract and modern work , however I am extremely proud of the way the … Continue reading
Did you know that an American company manufacturers and exports many of the chopsticks used in China
The lighting is not very revealing, the photograph is unable to truly capture the intricate etchings and textures that exist in the glass. However I am very happy that window no.2 is completed and installed. This week I plan to … Continue reading
I am on a mission. A journey to learn the fine art of stained glass. Throughout the years, as I travelled around the world I have always found myself full of curiosity and admiration for the fine art of stained glass. … Continue reading
Hidden amongst the blades of wild greenery the delicate beauty of nature. Thanks to the macro settings I am able to share this image.