Tag Archives: Tiffany Glass

Tiffany-Inspired Creativity Shines

Posted on January 25, 2017

Visiting school groups, popular studio workshops, programs, and engaging, hands-on activities in Art Park are keeping the Woodson Art Museum bustling and staff and volunteers busy. This winter, about 700 Wausau School District third-grade students are heading to the Woodson Art Museum – come rain, snow, sleet, or slush. Despite the gray skies and damp conditions, the warm, stained-glass glow of the Tiffany Studios lamps and, of course, the energy of 8- and 9-year-olds always perks me up.

Here Come the Holidays

Posted on December 14, 2016

Typically, the prospect of the holiday season isn’t one I’m enchanted by. Gift giving? Not my strong suit. Christmas music? Pass. Snow? Please. Side effects of the holiday season include five extra pounds, mandatory cheer, and sometimes hairy travel across state lines. I’m not a total Grinch, though; one seasonal symptom I can appreciate is a renewed sense of gratitude and connectedness.

Tiffany Glass Dazzles

Posted on December 07, 2016

How did Tiffany Studios harness light in its iconic leaded-glass lampshades and windows? It was all about the glass. Its quality, luminosity and vast palette of color, texture, and pattern were key.