American Glass Guild Conference
July 23-25, 2010,
Greektown Hotel, Detroit, Michigan
July 24th, 2010, Greektown Hotel
American Glass Guild’s annual Auction is the sole source of
support for the James Whitney Scholarship Fund and also supports the
AGG's educational programs. Our decision to name our
fund in memory of Jim Whitney is a reflection of how his zest for life
and pursuit of excellence in his craft and art inspired many.
aim of the scholarship is to enable recipients to increase their
understanding and love of stained glass. Without a doubt we
well on our way to an exciting auction event! We are always
overwhelmed by the continued generosity of our membership.
If you are unable to attend the
auction this year and would like to leave a bid, please provide a "not
to exceed" bid via email. Shipping & Handling & Insurance
are the responsibility of the winner.
Contact Hallie Monroe or Kathy Jordan at firstname.lastname@example.org
donated by Indre McGraw
Indre MacGraw's panels have been among the highlights of stained
glass panels throughout the years of the AGG auctions. She has again
come through with this sweet and amazing stained glass panel, entitled
panel measures 10" X 17", and features antique tints and rondels.
donated by Jon Erickson
panel measures 10.5" x 9", and is plated on the back.
donated by Don Burt
Our first doantion of the 2010 fund raising campaign, Don Burt has
set the bar by
donating an exquisite stained glass panel, entitled "Pokeweed". The
measures 14" X 16"; featuring Lamberts & Blenko glass with kiln
glass paint & enamels.
Cold Genius Print
donated by Judith Schaechter
44" x 33" print of Judith Schaechter Panel
To be signed at auction by Judith
Rose Window Frame
donated by Michael Mezalick
Stained Glass Panel
donated by Nick Parrendo
BigHorn Gypsy - Stained
donated by David Fode
Blown Glass Vessel
donated by Chantal Paré
This organic shaped heliotrope colored vessel has two openings, and gold
leaf overlays. It makes a bold and spontaneous statement.
donated by Sister Ann Therese Kelly
donated by Nancy Gong
A similar one of a kind hand pulled vitreograph will be
available for auction.
Approx 8"h x 10"w, framed.
Glass in Catholic Philadelphia
donated by Kathy Jordan
Book by Jean Farnsworth.
Island Stained Glass
donated by Kathy Jordan
Book by Paul Norton.
Original Colored Pencil Drawing by
donated by Debra Balchen
Debra Balchen will be conducting the Open Life Drawing Class
J. Kenneth Leap at this year's Conference.
donated by Paul Monroe
donated by Marie-Pascale Foucault-Phipps
A book written by German Art historian Suzanne
Beeh-Lustenberger and published by Chartres Centre International du
Vitrail in 2008, on the women glass artists who formed the group WISGW
20 years ago.
Stained Glass Related Books
donated by Barbara Krueger
Metropolitan Museum of Art:
Laurelton Hall and Louis Comfort Tiffany: An Artist's Country Estate
also these items:
Duncan: Tiffany Windows
Koch: Louis C. Tiffany, Rebel in Glass
Conference abstracts from 1994 Soc. Architectural Historian conference in Philadelphia
Michigan Potpourri (not yet complete)
Past issues of Stained Glass Quarterly
Paperweight: Rose Window at York Minster
And there's more!
Peter Billington, SG Panel & Jewels
Mary Clerkin Higgins, SG Panel
Margie Cohen, TBA
Cynthia Courage, TBA
Joan Di Stefano, Free Standing Glass Panel
Jon Ericson, SG Panel
Saara Galliin, 2 Tiffany opal dalles, plus a 10"- x 14" framed kiln formed work of mine which could be hung on a wall.
Tony Glander , Fused glass bowl ~9", Black & white screen printed w/ NEW & IMPROVED fused & slumped foot
Kate Grady, TBA
Kathy Jordan, Introduction to the Study of Painted Glass
Kathy Jordan, "Palette, Bridge & Brush Set (75)"
Judy Killian, SG Panel
Tom Krepcio, Stained Glass Panel. Book
J. Kenneth Leap, SG Panel
Janet Lipstreau, Massage (redeemed @ conference)
Dan Maher, Rondels
Hallie Monroe, SG Panel
Troy Moody, SG Panel
Rona Moody, TBA
Nancy Nicholson, SG Panel
Rick Prigg, Canvas painting
Vic Rothman, "Genuine
LaFarge memorabilia. Two baseball hats, two fishing lures, one
pocket knife, one watch and a lapel pin. All signed ""LaFarge"".
Vic Rothman, The definitive John LaFarge catalog. 280 pages. Value $125.00 You have been sent 2 pictures.
Judith Schaechter, Print. Will sign to the winning bidder
Patrice Schelkun, TBA
Maria Serpentino, Stained Glass Cartoons
Amy Valuck, SG Panel
David Wilde, Book
Updates as more info comes in!