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Dragonfly Software – www.dfly.com
Glass Eye 2000 is indeed as the website calls it, “the premier software for stained glass design”. With this software I can take my hand sketches and convert them into my stained glass pattern, add the color and texture of the glass I want to use and then print it out to the exact size that I want to create my piece in. A great tool for my art.

Gary’s Gem Garden – www.garysgemgarden.com
This is where I purchase the geodes that I put in my stained glass pieces. Gary and Denise have the largest complete rock shop in the east. If you are interested in minerals, fossils, shells and fine gems, Gary’s Gem Garden is the shop you want to check out. If you’re in the Cherry Hill, NJ area, please stop into their shop on Route 70.

Glass Art Studio, Inc. – www.glassartinc.com
This is where it all began for me in Las Vegas. Lee, Chuck & Danny are the best in teaching the art. Check the website for their class schedule. I highly recommend the “Glass Galore – UNLV” class for the beginner. And once you start your glass hobby, their Las Vegas store is fully stocked with anything you might need to complete any project you have in mind.

Glass Crafters – www.glasscrafters.biz
Another great website for glass art supplies and tools. Check their website for the monthly free patterns.

Glass Impressions, Inc. – www.glassimpressionslv.com
Scott was great in helping me show off my company name in a piece of glass…he etched it. He is well known for his custom etched glass and is considered the top rated glass-etching artist in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Liberty Belle Glassworks – www.libertybelleglassworks.com
If you want to start a hobby in glass art and live anywhere near historic Mount Holly, NJ area, check in with Liberty Belle Glassworks. Barbara has a wonderful store in the Mill Race Village. She has classes as well as sells all supplies and equipment you need for this wonderful art form.

Moapa Valley Art Guild – www.moapavalleyartguild.org
This wonderful group of artists gathers monthly to keep the visual arts alive and well in the Moapa Valley and surrounding areas of southern Nevada and southern Utah.  They also hold various workshops so that you can learn more technique and styles of art that you might otherwise never tried and found that you can do.  And their art shows will show off the work of some of the best artists in the region.

i.design – www.i-design-gallery.com
Claire of i.design is the creative mind behind the Those In Glass Houses... website. With a slight idea of what I wanted, she came up with my beautiful website that does everything I wanted to do, ten fold. If you need a logo and/or a website that will catch everyone's eye, then you need Claire of i.design. She'll do a great job in making your website one that will stand out.

JoAnne King Designs – www.joannekingdesigns.com
Here’s something a little bit different from the stained glass links. JoAnne makes the most wonderful pieces of jewelry, pillboxes and even light switches by using flowers you send her and incorporating them into beads. She calls her line, “Forever Flowers”. What a nice way to keep memories by using flowers from a special occasion such as a wedding, birth of a child or the funeral of a loved one.


The Cameraworks – www.thecameraworks.net
For when you want a photographer that does more than the standard photos, you want Lou Trefz. He is a full service photographer specializing in event photography and environmental portraiture. His work is more than photos, it’s art.


 
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