Saturday, February 7, 2009

Fresh Bread!

Just 4 weeks into her project Jane has completed her Art Deco style window. It measures almost 3 foot by 3 foot and will be one of the few windows that Jane will actually keep for herself. :-)

Christine has been busy at home not only making stained glass but drawing up her own patterns as well. This large suncatcher is her latest project and she's thinking about tackling a lamp soon.

Denise was never one to sit still so she made this little boy paper holder. What a great choice of glass she made for the blue jeans!

Denise also made this stained glass cross and heart during the week.

Denise managed to turn up a little more time to devote to stained glass so she also made this artistic Treble Clef. You can't say that Denise isn't devoted to her work!

Tommy has made another LSU window during his free time and I really like the colors in this one. Rather than going with the standard purple and gold colors he's made this window stand out even more by going with an iridized glass for the background.

Cheryl resumed working on her peacock and got the worst part of her tail feathers cut out. She'll actually grind and tack the feathers together before continuing any further on the bottom part of her feathers. This will ensure a nice smooth fit.

Janice and Grace were both back this week with smiles on their faces. Janice didn't get anything completed while she was at home but we certainly cant hold that against her with all that's been going on with her husband. But she's begun soldering her window now and took it at home with her to finish off before she comes back into class next week when she'll start the first of a new series of windows.

Grace's Angel is looking better and better. She ground a lot of it this week and only has the top wing and the sky above it left to grind. This window will be tacked together before we know it!

Lastly, Lea completed another cabinet door though she wasn't able to wash it and color it before she left. Something tells me she may find that done for her before she comes in next week so she cab begin working on her next 2 doors which are the same height as this one but slightly wider.

That's what happened this week here at the shop. Have a great week!

Bayou Salé GlassWorks

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