A place to see the light turning stained glass into art.

Nellyglass Studio

2002 – The Beginning: an old kitchen table and a bunch of milk crates in the basement. I worked like this for the next 12 years.

 

2014 – expansion in the basement with the addition of a new workbench and redesign of the work space.

 

2015 – continued expansion with the addition of two more work benches.

 

2016 – The official opening of Nellyglass Studio. I maintained the same space in the basement all year… which got more and more crowded as time went on.

 

2017 – another expansion in the basement with the addition of a glass storage unit and a proper light table, both built by my friend Glenn Ketchum.

 

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