Glass and Stained Glass Artists,Organizations, and Resources:
The History of Stained Glass
|American Vision Windows includes this brief
history on its web site.
Domestic and exotic lumber. This is where I often get wood for framing stained glass windows, and for other projects.
|Stained glass mosaics inspired by nature and other forms of spirituality|
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PHONE: (519) 837-3308
|An association for stained glass artists. For a small annual fee you can add photos your work and a short description of what you do to the gallery. The moderated message board is a source of useful information from other artists on issues that range from technical advice to business planning.|
Artists in Stained Glass
1755 Scotch Line
Canada, K0M 2K0
|A large online photo gallery and community. This one is free, and it lets you create ayour own gallery complete with a section where people can comment on your work. Very nice.It also offers forums, chat, news, and links. The galleries have some really beautiful work.|
The Stained Glass Association of America
|This trade organization was founded in 1903. It offers a quarterly publication, accredidation for stained glass artists, opportunities to advertise, and a members only web site.|
10009 East 62nd Street
Raytown, MO 64133
SGAA Headquarters: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Stained Glass Quarterly: email@example.com
Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center
"Down in Southern New Jersey they make glass. By day and night, the fires burn on in Millville and bid the sand let in the light." --Carl Sandburg
Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center celebrates 200 years of glassmaking this year with a full calender of events. This is a place where everyone can see various aspects of glassmaking and glass blowing and flameworking, as well as other crafts. The Creative Glass Center of America offers fellowships to visiting artists.
|WheatonArts 1501 Glasstown Road Millville, NJ 08332 (800)998-4552 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Geologist Ron Morton and naturalist Judy Gibbs have written a guidebook suitable for anyone who sets foot on the Superior Hiking Trail. Whether you are on a popular loop hike, out for a casual stroll, or walking the entire trail this comprehensive, knowledgeable, and easy to use book is for you.|