Registration OPEN for Stained Glass classes from Gallery’s Choice starting April 6 th held at the Moose Lodge in Downers Grove, IL. “It seems perfect, to me, that we should come back to Downers Grove… to reconnect with friends and students, and to celebrate our 20 year anniversary of being in business, while supporting the good works of another impactful organization!” Visit GallerysChoice.com for more details.
A drop-dead gorgeous option – classic beveled glass works with so many decor styles. This custom project by Gallery’s Choice provided functionality as a room divider, replacing existing solid shutters, and allowed privacy while letting natural light!
Finishing a stained glass lamp is exciting. But getting the construction right can be daunting. Learn with us as we break it down, starting with tinning a vase cap!
Delivering authentic hand-crafted stained glass has never been more fun! Gallery’s Choice delivers custom rustic stained glass cabinet inserts with 24 gauge copper overlay treatments for a customer’s cabin in the North Woods!
Tiffany-style lamps are the marathon of stained glass projects, while not exceeding difficult, they take an abundance of time and patience! Stained glass artists at Gallery’s Choice can guide you through the process and make your dreams of creating an heirloom lamp come true!
Taking inspiration from what calls to us makes stained glass projects more personal and exciting. Gallery’s Choice student Sonia executes a masterpiece working in fused and stained glass! Congratulations Sonia!
Student’s work with GREAT results! Gallery’s Choice stained glass class fosters creativity from all facets – this piece started (if you recall a previous post) as a digital design! Congratulations Mandy!Awe
Had to pass this image along, the beauty of stained glass of old captured near the Art Institute in Chicago. Many early windows, with religious themes, designed to tell stories and inspire those who witnessed the work. So, ask the artist within: what meaning does your work have? What are you trying to communicate? It can be as simple an answer as: “I want these colors to make people feel happy”. I think if we think of our work as a way to communicate, we answer the question “why should I do this,” and we understand why our artwork matters! Enjoy!
Student’s success bring beauty and color to home decor – along with the bragging rights “I made it myself!” Congratulations to our students great work! Read more…
This post is just a peak into our stained glass classes recent students projects. So proud of all of our students! Read more…