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PICTOU — Spectators packed the Pictou Justice Centre’s main lobby Friday to watch the unveiling of a dream come true.
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Ron Bovard of Bovard Studio Inc. Stained Glass announced that Bovard Studio Stained Glass Company has developed exterior protective glazing systems designed for the preservation of stained glass windows, which have passed hurricane code tests…
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Shining and beautiful examples of stained glass have graced churches and historical buildings in Britain for centuries, and now the tradition is being kept alive by a class held in Somerset.
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Fifth-grader Vicki Crawford carefully drew a snowman onto the small square of stained glass she was charged with decorating during a workshop Tuesday afternoon.
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Stained-glass windows often have a story to tell. Now, Jim and Connie Johnson, the artists and owners of Layton's Designer Glass Works are finding out just how much those stories mean to the people who buy or learn how to make their own glass…
Holiday art sales abound this year, as always, offering local art lovers a perfect opportunity to support Northeast Ohio's flourishing scene.
Great Britain's national survey of medieval stained glass is proud to announce the launch of VIDIMUS, the first on-line magazine devoted to medieval stained glass.
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Russia announced that it would return to Germany six 14th-century stained glass windows taken from a church by the Red Army during World War II, AFP reported.
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