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Tag: stained glass
Setting Sun Through My Bathroom Window
Candlelight and Tiffany Window Light
St. Photios Shrine Candles – St.Augustine Florida
and Tiffany Window at Trinity Episcopal Church on King St.
St Augustine Florida
Thanks for inspiring a month of light Becky B.
“a room in a church where a priest prepares for a service, and where vestments and other things used in worship are kept“
St. John the Baptist Orthodox Church on the North Side
Becky B captures a Daily Dose of Daylight in Lisbon as she continues the #Januarylight challenge
Stained Glass Windows at Heinz Chapel Pittsburgh
When out of town guests visit, it’s an opportunity to be a tourist where you live and appreciate the sights the city has to offer. We parked and went into Heinz Chapel and I’ve been in many times. Each time you enter you think, hmmm I could be in France, the architecture and feeling of the sanctuary is remarkable. Some of the stained glass windows are seven stories high. I learned that they were all designed by a single artist
“The chapel’s 23 windows were designed by Charles Connick and created at his Boston studio. The windows total approximately 4,000 square feet (370 m2) and contain nearly 250,000 pieces of glass. There are 391 identifiable people in the windows, a large supporting cast of anonymous individuals, and an extensive variety of flora and fauna.”
Here are a few examples of some of the windows
Isaac Newton, John Keats, Emily Dickinson William Shakespeare, Abraham Lincoln and Beethoven to name a few.
Stained Glass Exhibition Panel at the Heinz History Center
Photographed March 27, 2019 at the Glass Exhibit in Heinz History Center Pittsburgh PA
The Pittsburgh Stained Glass Studio, mentioned in the exhibit panel at the History Center, was established in 1909
“As the craftsman selects the pieces of colored glass and puts them together in various combinations, he becomes more and more fascinated by the infinite variety of effects to be obtained, and to have a profound love and respect for the material that makes this possible.”
–Howard G. Wilbert 1891-1966
–from the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation Website
Stained Glass Light by Guest Bloggers Team
“Open to All ” Columbus Metropolitan Library
Charles and Laura took me to the library in downtown Columbus.
We attended the Jim Gill concert at the Columbus Metropolitan Library on Thursday morning.
What a wonderful library.
Here’s an Article about their recent renovation
Lightner Museum Houses Countless Collections
The title a bit misguided because of course each and every collection is carefully cataloged and counted.
It was just that there were so many collections.
After going through the museum you felt as if you wanted to get home and start purging stuff. Look around and eliminate the collections in your house.
Lightner Museum in St. Augustine Florida had that effect on my friend Joanne and me.
My favorite collection was the Leonard H. Baer Toaster Collection.
Their website lists the collections.
From typewriters to Tiffany,
Otto Lightner’s collection of fine
and decorative art from the 19th century
is impressive and extensive.
The Museum’s eclectic collection
ranges from a mummy, shrunken heads,
human hair art, cigar labels, buttons,
salt and pepper shakers, to Tiffany glass,
cut glass, porcelain, fine art paintings,
furniture and sculpture all housed
throughout the four floors of
the original Alcazar Hotel.
Dressing Downton Changing Fashion for Changing Times October 4, 2017 – January 7, 2018
Yes, that’s the cafe in the old swimming pool.