Stained glass artist Deborah Coombs has provided several photos of her windows posted in this blog, including the window at left, showing Jesus stilling the storm. She was mentioned in an article in Catholic News Service last year, which I mentioned in an earlier post with a link to the website of St. Mary's Cathedral in Portland, Oregon, which is one of the projects of her company, Coombs Criddle Associates. Coombs Criddle specializes in architectural stained glass. See this too.
If you will be in the Vermont area this week-end, you may want to visit Coombs Criddle at the Vermont Crafts Council's Open Studio Week-End, May 26 and 27. More than 300 artists and craftspeople will open their studios to the public throughout Vermont, exhibiting how they create stained glass windows, make jewelry, blow glass, and produce other arts and craft creations as their line of work.
The Vermont Crafts Council offers maps and directions online. Coombs Criddle is in Readsboro, in southern Vermont, where these other artists and craftspeople will also open their studios this week-end.