The first time I attempted to cut glass, it broke. The second time I tried, it broke, but the third time I cut glass, I cut myself then it broke. After that it was smooth sailing. I was honored to work at Palace Glass Co. and was taught by master glass artist Harold Tompkin. He showed me not only how to create with glass but also how to say no the first time around. If it is not what you truly envisioned try another color, texture or even a new idea. His attention to detail is truly inspirational. I will sporatically always do glass art when the feelings right, and thank Harry for an amazing oportunity to try this artistic vein.

P-StainGlass-Michelle
P-StainGlass-Michelle
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Light Box
Light Box
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Alice in Wonderbread
Alice in Wonderbread
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5 senses
5 senses
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Mandala
Mandala
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Skull1
Skull1

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Skull2
Skull2

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Skull3
Skull3

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Trilobyte
Trilobyte

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squid
squid
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Totem2
Totem2

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Totem
Totem

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West Window
West Window

West Window owned by Vicki Kovar

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Astronaut
Astronaut

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West Window
West Window
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East Window
East Window
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Over Population
Over Population

Painted Glass

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Overpopulation 2
Overpopulation 2
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The Argument
The Argument

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Mosquito
Mosquito

Etching with red spray paint.

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Last Supper Light Box
Last Supper Light Box
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Profile
Profile
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De-evolution
De-evolution

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Dragon Kid
Dragon Kid
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