I have been making stained glass for about 40 years. After taking a class at Colorado Mountain College in the 70’s, I started making stained glass for myself and my family. The largest window was over five feet tall, it was a replacement for a broken plastic window that hung in a stairwell. I have made windows, lamp shades, stepping stones, night lights, fans, and picture frames. Many years I worked as cattle rancher and raised Tennessee Walking Horses so many of my projects are themed around animals. About 10 years ago I switched to only making mosaic pieces. Many of my pieces are recycled art. From the local stained glass store I recieve glass scraps. Local antique stores save chipped and broken dishes. Stained glass and china is cutup, then glued onto various substrata. Substratas include mdf or wood shapes for indoor use. Glass substratas are great for indoor and outdoor art displays. Recycled hub caps, shovels, cowboy boots, garden tools, concrete animals, antique wooden windows, hats, etc- anything solid can become a piece of mosaic art! You can also order a commssion from your own favorite picture or ideas. In 2020 I started making many wildflower pieces, With the start of 2021 started a bird series. More of art can be seen on Facebook and Instagram pages called Debby Locke’s Glass Art. Also have started an Etsy shop @ LockeGlassArt.
Recyled art glass with stain glass, beads, broken pottery, broken jewelry, broken china, rocks, and misc found objects. All one of a kind. Mack, CO
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