Stained Glass, is very basically, glass (usually colored) cut into shapes, treated or painted with metallic oxides which are then fired into the glass at moderate heat (1250 degrees F.). The glass is then assembled with strips of metal (usually lead). This rather involved series of techniques is the true form of "Stained Glass" and is virtually unchanged since the Middle Ages. Extremely durable, this art will last for centuries and installations of the art form can be seen in Churches and Cathedrals throughout the world. The following are just a few examples of the Powell Brothers Stained Glass projects:


Juan Diego High School


Saint John's Episcopal Church


Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church


Saint Paul's Episcopal Church


The Harryhausen Collection


The Davis County Library


Western Rivers Flyfishers


The Taylor Collection


From Martha's Vineyard


Miscellaneous Works


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