Just got my July August issue of Art Glass magazine where my autonomous panels are featured in a four page article! Unfortunately the magazine is by subscription only but you can purchase the magazine online at https://www.glassartmagazine.com. Thanks to Colleen Bryan for her excellent writing and Shawn Waggoner the editor for showcasing my work!
I just got back from another great American Glass Guild Conference in Washington DC! A high point for me was the visit to the National Cathedral where my friend Charlie Lawrence has several windows he designed. Charlie received a lifetime achievement award from the AGG at this conference! Also there are a couple of windows by my buddy Crosby Willet and his dad, HenryLee. Getting work in the National Cathedral is considered by many stained glass artists to be their crowning achievement – windows they have put everything they’ve got into.
For that reason I was very excited when the American Glass Guild announced that the 2015 American Glass Now show would be hung for several months in the Cathedral. My piece “Two Holes And A Dot” was among the seventeen works to be selected for the show. Last year my work "Spin For A Western Light" won an award at the 2014 show
The show is on the seventh floor of the cathedral and I’m very happy with the way it looks there. Perhaps I can convince them to just keep it!
My friends Troy Moody and Marie Foucalt Phipps won awards this year!
I've made a living in the stained glass field for over thirty years as artisan, manager and now, artist and studio owner. Now that I have a website please come and visit periodically and see what I'm up to. Maybe it will be a new church project, or a piece of work made purely for the love of glass. Or some news of Sycamore studio in the news. Join me on my glass path. Its better than streets of gold any day.