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The Artist Part

Embrace your inner artist long enough and you become one. – mara lee

Things I’ve Stopped to Glue

Part 1 – Glass on Glass Window Gallery

Giant Glass Explosion …

“A good snapshot keeps a moment from running away.” ― E. Welty #amen 😉

gathered and glued

THROW BACK THURSDAY another blast from the past … 

The antique cupboard was loaded to the brim with vintage glass objects waiting and wanting.

My goal was three glass on glass windows by month’s end.

glass on glass window Green Gables – Private Collection

Glass on Glass Green Gables – Glass on Glass

Glass Window Art Green Gables – Glass on Glass

Glass Window Art Green Gables – Private Collection

Glass on Glass Art Project Disclaimer: Try not to cut yourself, always wear safety glasses and pick a different project to do with the kids.

Great looking pics in two clicks, thanks to PicMonkey's photo editing tools

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Spreading Light and Glue

and she can’t find her glue …

two dogs and a camera

An old picture frame …

recycled picture frames

and hoarded glass objects …

glass-window-project

became this.

shatteredbutnotforgotten

Took a photo of the finished piece, propped it in a window and the wind blew it over and smashed it into a million pieces.

The End.

dog-art Don’t be sad, you have more.

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Giant Glass Explosion Redo

THROW BACK THURSDAY another blast from the past … 

The antique cupboard was loaded to the brim with vintage glass objects waiting and wanting.

My goal was three glass on glass windows by month’s end and I took pics. Bravo!

glass on glass window
Green Gables – Private Collection
Glass on Glass
Green Gables – Glass on Glass
Glass Window Art
Green Gables – Glass on Glass
Glass Window Art
Green Gables – Private Collection
glass on glass window
one of the three pieces. fini’
glass on glass art © mara lee
sun,moon and stars. © mara lee

Glass on Glass Art Project Disclaimer: Try not to cut yourself, always wear safety glasses and pick a different project to do with the kids.

Great looking pics in two clicks, thanks to PicMonkey's photo editing tools

At Home With Andrew and Renee

The shop was closed, again, so Renee knocked on the side door and said, “we’ve been here before … you were closed and we see that you’re closed again but … I just have to have one of the pieces in the front window … can we please come in?

They were both like little kids in a candy store and then Renee said, “I must have a piece of your art because I can feel all of the love and the light shining through.”   Me too.

Touched beyond belief and all I can say is that this big beautiful universe, wearing a straw hat, is hard at work on my behalf.

Thank you, Andrew & Renee! You made my day;)

glass-on-glass-vintage-window
the porthole of love © mara lee 2014