The 2009 American Glass Guild Conference

July 16-20, 2009
Buffalo, New York

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Some of the items donated so far to the AGG Auction

NEW ITEMS ARE BEING ADDED DAILY! Check back SOON! Click on any image to see a larger version. Click on a link below to jump to items in that category:

Artwork

A101

Donated by:

Geoff Wallace

Description:

Color print of the West Rose at Notre Dame

Books

B101

 

Donated by:

Barbara Krueger

Description:

Brian Clarke: Architectural Artist  

B102

 

Donated by:

Barbara Krueger 

Description:

Scotland's Stained Glass  

B103

 

Donated by:

Barbara Krueger

Description:

Painting with Light: Drawings and Stained Glass in the Age of Durer & Holbein  

B104

 

Donated by:

Barbara Krueger

Description:

Painting With Light: Judson Studios 

B115


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Donated by:
David Wilde

Description:
The Life and Work of Harry Clarke  

B116


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Donated by:
David Wilde

Description:
The Jerusalem Windows of Chagall  

B117


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Donated by:
David Wilde

Description:
Hardbound copy, Horizon Magazine, including article by Wolf Fon Echardt  

B118


Donated by:
David Wilde

Description:
San Francisco's Heritage in Art Glass  

B119


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Donated by:
David Wilde

Description:
Stained Glass (Lawrence Lee)  

B121

LaFarge Book
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Donated by:
Vic Rothman

Description:
Book about John LaFarge w/ color photographs  

B123

 


Donated by:
Barbara Krueger

Description:
North American Churches: From Chapels to Cathedrals  



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Donated by:
Barbara Nichols

Description:
A December 1940 issue of Fortune Magazine with stained glass done by Jeop Nicolas on the cover.  


Glassware

G105

 


Donated by:
Serpentino Stained Glass

Description:
Fischer streaky blown-glass vase  

G113 and G114

 


Donated by:
Saara Gallin

Description:
Two Tiffany Dalles  

G108

Kokomo Glassware
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Kokomo Glassware
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Donated by:
Judi and James Van Wei

Description:
KOKOMO Glassware original. Judi says: " It is from our studio's private collection and comes with a Certificate of Ownership signed by William Malone. The back of the certificate is stamped Kokomo Glass Originals 1970. The gold and white pattern is applied to a piece of Kokomo violet, blue, amber streaky which has been slumped to create two "dishes". The letters "K" and "O" are set in the center of each "dish". They are is in mint condition, still in box - They have never been displayed or used." 

Painted, Stained, Art Glass Panels

S101

 


Donated by:
Indre McCraw

Description:
Exhibition panel  

S106


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Donated by:
Tony Glander

Description:
Stained Glass Panel: "HOPE"  

S108


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Donated by:
Ellen Mandelbaum

Description:
Painted Glass panel (shown in progress)  

S110

Pre-Civil War window
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Donated by:
John Raynal

Description:
Pre-Civil War single-sash window from The Episcopal Church of the Epiphany, Danville, VA. The sanctuary was built in the 1840’s ; these windows were replaced with J&R Lamb windows in the 1930’s or 40’s.

S112


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Donated by:
Roy Coomber

Description:
The 9" circle I am sending has tracing using clove oil and pen, some matting and four types of silver stain, two Rusche and two Dugassa , which were used to add variety from pale yellow to rich amber. It is painted upon clear reamy glass.

Last year I made two panels of golfers, one was a modern depiction sent to the AGG auction. The other , a 40 cm medieval style panel, was sent to the British Society of Master Glass Painters exhibition on London and later Ely Cathedral. The piece was bought by the curator of the Ely Cathedral stained glass museum. This latter golfer panel was a depiction from my imagination, Theme was, again, "Golfers", but this time in style of 12th century figures. Golf is thought to have started in Scotland by shepherds in 12th century hitting stones with their shepherd's crooks.

This year, I have re-drawn the medieval style panel to fit into a circle. This circular piece is for the AGG Auction.  

S113


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Donated by:
Saara Gallin

Description:
"Stained Glass in Motion" 16" H X 13" W

S114

 


Donated by:
Nick Parrendo

Description:
A painted glass panel measuring 16" X 24 "  

Also...

From Helmut Schardt:
I am planning to fabricate 2 faceted glass and epoxy panels approx 10 x 10 inches, one after a design by Jean-Jacques Duval and one after a design by Benoit Gilsoul.

Conference Exhibition Panels by these stained glass artists:
Hallie Monroe
Jon Erickson

Other made-by AGG-Member glass panels:
Peter Billington 
Amy Valuk 

Tools, supplies and raw materials

T101


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Donated by:
Tony Glander

Description:
2 DVD's about Silk Screening   

T102

 


Donated by:
Komomo Opalescent Glass

Description:
Kokomo 16" X 18" sheet glass assortment  

T103 and T104

 


Donated by:
Kokomo Opalescent Glass

Description:
Kokomo Pony Crates  

T105 and T106

 


Donated by:
Sussman

Description:
Straight edges  

T112 and T113

 


Donated by:
Kenneth Leap

Description:
Custom-made Lambert's streaky red glass (great stuff!). $250 value each.

T116

 


Donated by:
Serpentino Stained Glass

Description:
Hartley-Wood English Streaky Glass sheet  

T117


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Donated by:
Dennis Swan

Description:
Experimental beveled Dalle with inset "It is about 3.5 inch diameter with a double bevel on 1 inch KOG dalle. Then a hole with a jewel I made out of a 2 inch thick dalle. I had no purpose for it, just something I thought needed done at the time."  

Other

O101

 


Donated by:
Paul Monroe

Description:
Hand made cutting board  

O102

 


Donated by:
Jon Erickson

Description:
Hand Made Glass Painter's Bridge  

O104

three cherub pieces
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Donated by:
Bob Paterson

Description:
Three small traced & silver stained cherub fragments ranging in size from 3" by 3" to 3" by 4". These cherubs came from an overseas dealer that specializes in late 1800’s and early 1900’s U.K. window preservation and reclamation.

O105


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Donated by:
Bob Paterson

Description:
9" by 4" painted glass, Madonna and Child, from the Pennsylvania estate of Oliver Smith. Oliver Smith was born in Lynn, Massachusetts on October 1, 1896, and died on May 17, 1980 in Green Valley, Arizona. Smith suffered polio along with an injury in childhood, which resulted in his right arm becoming paralyzed and later amputated. Smith accomplished all of his stained glass and painting with only his left arm. Minard Smith, Oliver's son, reported seeing his father hold glass with his shoulder or chest where normally one would use an arm to do the work. He worked on stained glass with his father for many years at the studio in Bryn Athyn. Oliver Smith attended the Rhode Island School of Design (RSID) for six years, graduating with a degree in painting in June 1918.

O106

York heraldic glass pieces in box
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Donated by:
Bob Paterson

Description:
Antique glass fragments in two pieces of a knight’s helmet in a small box titled "The York Heraldic Shield – Made in Grt. Britain" - approximately 6" by 5".

O107


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Donated by:
Rona Moody

Description:
A book of biographical details of some 550 artists and studios with stained glass windows in Scotland. As well as Scottish artists, there are entries on English firms (such as Hardman; Heaton, Butler and Bayne; Morris and Burne-Jones etc), Germans (for example Munich), French (including Loire of course), American (Tiffany being the best known) and more.

O108

 


Donated by:
Serpentino Stained Glass

Description:
A Day at the Studio ( hang out, observe, ask questions get free lunch!) Serpentino Stained Glass

O109

 


Donated by:
Judith Schaechter

Description: A Day of Demos with Judith Schaechter

Judith will host a group (maximum of 4) at her studio for a day of demonstrations highlighting the techniques she uses within her body of work. Judith will begin the day by taking and treating the group to a Vietnamese Restaurant for lunch, followed by an afternoon of demonstrations and lively discussions! Be the winning bidder and be one of the fortunate four !
Expiration: 1 year from date of auction
Date: Mutually agreed upon date.
Time: 12:00 - 6:00 p.m.  

O111


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Donated by:
Dennis Swan

Description:
An abstract glass-filled metal tabletop: "This is the raw metal, all the holes will be filled with bevels. It will have no lead. The beveled glass will be held by steel overlays front and back which are held by small bolts. All metal will be powder coated."

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