Mazal Tov Nosson Tzvi – Bar Mitzva

 

Mazal Tov to Nosson Tzvi on the celebration

of becoming a Bar Mitzva on January 5th – the 28th of Tevet.

 

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Below:  A night time view of the glass in my studio.

 

 

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Yet Another Dove!

 

Do we like the Dove facing East?   Or West?

Clear?  Or iridescent?

You Vote!

 

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You Can’t Miss My House!

It’s the one with 3359 in the window!  😉

 

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Welcome to Temple Kol Haverim

 

Temple Kol Haverim has chosen to beautify their building with this piece of stained glass artwork.  It will soon be hung over the main entrance of the temple.

I would like to thank the Kol Haverim community for reaching out to me and choosing this piece as a statement of their beliefs.

Beveled, Iridescent, Star of David


I started with the Beveled Glass Pattern  —  

then it started to grow, and took on a life of it’s own.

Interested in seeing this piece and over a dozen more?  Meet me at the Jewish Community Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and I’ll take you on a tour.  

Until then  —  enjoy my blog.

 

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Chanukah ! — The Festival of Lights !

The Festival of Lights.

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What better way to celebrate than to have the light filter through the beveled glass of a Menorah –

superimposed on a Rainbow?

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Magain David (Star of David) in Beveled and Stained Glass

Magain David (Star of David) in Beveled and Stained Glass