Here's a chance for traditional stained glass artists to expand their craft with a dynamic modern look. Mixing abstract shapes with elements from nature, this array of seventy exquisite black-and-white patterns includes "Butterfly Breeze," "Life in a Fish Bowl," "Peonies," and other designs for every... read more
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