NAG Glass Solutions (NGS)

Workshops & Courses are back!

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Workshops & Courses are back!

Learn the art of glass with us! Register online, phone in with your credit card or visit us in person. 

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Stained Glass Rescue

Lithurgical Restoration Stained Glass Throwback Thursdays (TBT)

Stained Glass Rescue

After more than five years of neglect, Northern Art Glass was able to access Trinity Anglican Church in Brockville to remove a treasure trove of stained glass windows ahead of the bulldozers. Home to roosting pigeons and bats, the derelict church owned by a developer, required an environmental clean-up just to enter the building. Our removal team still required full hazmat gear for safe working conditions even in 30+ degree weather. Scaffolding was needed to access 16 foot high stained glass windows. Ten windows were documented with sizes, photographs and templates before being crated and transported to storage at St....

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Crysler Window – War of 1812

Institutional Restoration Stained Glass Throwback Thursdays (TBT)

Crysler Window – War of 1812

The windows are dedicated to John Crysler whose farm was a battlefield during the War of 1812. Northern Art Glass recently restored them for Upper Canada Village where they are on permanent display.

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How to Cut Glass: Beginner Tutorial (Video)

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How to Cut Glass: Beginner Tutorial (Video)

Introducing NAG's stained glass tutorials! Learn the basics, or refine your skills with tutorials designed to inspire. Tools used in the video: Pistol Grip Cutter by Value or Toyo Pencil Cutter by Value or Toyo Square Ruler by Leponitt Running Pliers by Leponitt Grozing pliers by Leponitt Black Marker Safety Glasses Scrap Glass Pattern Paper Glass Grinder (Super Star II) by Glastar 

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Stained Glass Inspired by C. R. Mackintosh

Custom Glass Restoration Stained Glass Throwback Thursdays (TBT)

Stained Glass Inspired by C. R. Mackintosh

This window was restored by Northern Art Glass at the same house as the previous photo.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the famous Scottish architect and Art Nouveau designer was famous for this rose pattern. This window from the turn of the century certainly was inspired by Mackintosh.

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