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Do you see hands praying?
Do you see hands washing?
I believe we’re doing a lot of both these days!
I call this piece “Al Nitilat Yadayim” — the blessing said when we wash our hands.
How could anyone NOT love Frank Lloyd Wright’s use of Ginkgos
in his stained glass work?
Here’s my attempt at a Ginkgo.
I hope Frank would’ve liked it.
My children attended, and now my grandchildren attend the HDS.
I created this piece of stained glass art using the school’s logo.
I’m looking forward to sharing it with the community at the JCC in Ann Arbor.
Below is the graphic from the invitation to Giliah’s Bat Mitzvah celebration. I love transforming inspirational graphic images into pieces of Stained Glass Art.
And I have the most fun by including the iridescence visible only after dark.
Is there Anyone who doesn’t Love Goldens?
Retrievers are loyal, loving and beautiful.
And my MAC is a prime example, don’t you think?
A Bat Mitzvah Gift — For a Very Special Lady
Looking for that Special Gift? — Look No Farther than Ron’s Glass!
I took The Iconic LOVE Piece ( I obviously used the iconic Hebrew Ahavah Piece…),
and added a little “flair’.
If you’re interested in viewing this piece, and about 2 dozen more,
check out the Ann Arbor JCC, or the Hebrew Day School,
or Beth Israel Congregation, or the Jewish Family Service of Washtenaw County.
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.