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Tuesday, July 5, 2011


ANYTHING YOU CAN DREAM OF, I CAN MAKE IT IN GLASS
Finally, after even more days and sleepless nights of working on this website myself, from scratch it appears to be published and up for everyone to enjoy. The Blog is brand new starting July 4th, 2011 and any posts previously were unfortunately deleted when the “official glassartist.com blog” was installed properly on July 5th. My apologies to any ppl that had posts disappear into internet trash.


MY RECENT ADDITION TO THE STUDIO IS…
"PET PORTRAITS IN STAINED GLASS”!
Stained Glass Line Drawing
Computer Print of Suggested Glass Colors

* New to my glass artist studio have been the stained glass windows created for people of their “furry member of their family”, their dog or other pet. This glass journey all started while creating my own personal window of my dog, Daisy who was a doberman and rottweiler mix dog that I was fortunate to have in my life. When I was working on the drawing for the window and finally printed it out in color, this picture stopped me in my tracks and touched my heart, as if she was right in front of me again! It was an emotional moment more powerful than I ever expected. I knew right at that moment the artwork I had to offer Pet Portraits in Stained Glass to animal lovers everywhere.

With just a few photographs of your dog or pet, I create a stained glass drawing and design. This is then transferred to my computer where I redraw the design and select particular types of colored stained glass for each piece that will be cut out and I then create out a quick colored print from my inkjet printer to work with before the design becomes a treasured reality in stained glass. It takes over 40 hours to complete a window from the concept drawing to the finished stained glass window. This is the journey I love the most, seeing the pet artistically come alive in glass.

I CAN CREATE A WINDOW OF YOUR PET… 
THAT YOU WILL CHERISH FOR A LIFETIME!

My hope is that this website and my artwork enriches the lives of others as it has mine.

A personal thanks to all of you who have made this possible, supported me along this journey which is now on its third decade and to those people who had the vision and the desire to enrich their lives with the artwork I have created over the years.

Ilene

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