I’m SO looking forward to seeing that
first Blue Jay of the spring.
While there still a few leaves on the trees, I’m focusing on pieces that help me hold onto a little bit of summer – thus the Butterfly.
Coming soon – a Bluebird!
In keeping with the tradition I started with the other “South Side Gang” celebration, here is my interpretation of “Solly”.
The first photo is of the corner of Solly’s tallit. The rainbow motif moved me to use it as a background for the Shlomo, Solly’s Hebrew name.
Mazal Tov Solly !
“The flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come,
and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land;”
PLAY BALL ! !
Linda DeNike Ketterer! Need we say more?
She is the Heart and Soul of The Class of 19…!
These pieces hang proudly in her home.
Here’s a new take on the marriage of Yin Yang and Judaism. What better symbolizes the union of complimentary forces that flow into each other? They are interconnected — yet independent. The whole is greater than the individual parts.
And here’s another piece that constantly changes dependent on the light.
Congratulations to Rachel and Jonathan on the anniversary of their wedding… Well, more than the first anniversary! Here’s hoping for many, many more celebrations with our families. Mazal Tov!!
Once again I ask — Are you looking for that Perfect Wedding. Bar/Bat Mitzvah or Graduation present?
Let’s work together to create your one-of-a-kind piece of Stained Glass Art.
Send me the initials – and I’ll send you some sketches! Sound like a plan?
Are you looking for that Perfect Bar Mitzvah, Wedding or Graduation present?
You should consider a one-of-a-kind piece of stained glass with the recipient’s initials. Send me the initials – and I’ll send you a sketch. Sound like a plan? 😉
I took a simple beveled glass sailboat, placed it in shimmering iridescent water, for the sky I chose a glass filled with a fresh breeze, and voila – Sail Away With Me!! Sound like a plan??
The commission was for a simple Hamsa. I was told glass was to be red and white. I began by placing a silver filigree hamsa in the center. When I drew the diamond shape, it looked like a Ner Tamid – with the fingers of the hamsa as the flame. The blue iridescent Magain David completes the piece. During the day the flame shines. At night, all one sees is the blue mirrored reflection of the Star of David. I hope it finds a nice home!
May the warmth of family and friends bring light to you and yours this Thanksgiving / Chanukah.
I’m looking forward to the return of the Hummingbirds in the spring. Until then, I have this beveled stained glass to bring a little light through my window.