Posts in the Category: Technique

Last spring we delivered a pair of custom mirrors to a client. The project began with an inquiry via CustomMade, a platform that connects people and their ideas with creative makers. This inquiry was for a large mirror made in the style of our irregular border mirrors. Jay creates those mirrors with hand-rolled opalescent glass,   

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Living with stained glass in our windows gives us an ever-changing view. As the angle of the sun changes with the hours of the day and with the seasons, the windows change, too. Colors are stronger at some times, softer at other times. A setting sun might highlight some properties within the glass and give   

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Top and middle Cattleya windows Last month I wrote about a window commission from thirty years ago. It has remained a favorite project because it turned out to be a design break-through for me. The Cattleya and Yellow Lady-slipper windows are the first examples of what later came to be my signature style in glass   

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Three layers For the past year or so Jay has been experimenting with a technique he devised. He calls the results his “rimations” style. A platter in soft green and blue hues that he made last summer is a good example. Here’s how Jay did it. First he cut a 12″ x 17″ piece of   

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