Warren Slocum

New Richmond, WI


2017 booth # 22

Stained glass windows and mirrors, made with lead came, instead of copper foil. I make many different sizes, shapes, and styles, such as Victorian, Arts-and-Crafts (Prairie Style), Contemporary, and Art Deco. My glass includes many colors and textures, some of which are silver-plated and/or iridized.

I make frames of oak wood, copper, and anodized aluminum.

In addition to the framed stained glass panels, I also do kiln-formed glass work that includes casting, slumping, and fusing.

 © Warren Slocum

© Warren Slocum

In many of my designs, I use pieces that I've kiln-formed via casting, slumping, and fusing.

These "tile" pieces are leaded into place in my glass panels with various other components, and they usually retain thick relief depth that adds a special dynamic to the work that others rarely pursue or accomplish.