Jim Nestleroad

Over the last 35 years, he has made hundreds of stained glass pieces, from smaller sun catchers, to larger window panels, transoms and cabinet doors. The largest piece Jim made was a peacock panel. This panel was made over a 4 month period in 2016. It has 855 hand cut pieces of glass, taking 115 hours to complete. Locally he made the eight red and clear bevel panels in the Marshall Library. While Jim does enjoy cutting glass, he prefers to keep it a hobby. He has done, and continues to do some consignment work, as time allows.

 

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