August 25th, 2016 / The Athens Messenger

Back In Place

By Steve Robb / The Athens Messenger August 25, 2016

ATHENS, Ohio — Cole Moffatt, foreground, and Adrian Zambrano of Franklin Art Glass of Columbus reinstall panels of stained glass on the Athens County Courthouse annex Thursday. Franklin received a contract to remove, repair and reinstall the window panels.
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June 7th, 2016 / Mt. Vernon News

Revitalization Lets Light Shine Through Windows

By Alan Reed / Mt. Vernon News June 7, 2016

MOUNT VERNON, Ohio — As members of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on East High Street are patiently waiting for the restoration project to be completed on their four large stained-glass windows, two specialty craft shops are collaborating in providing them with a high-end quality product which can be enjoyed for decades to come. The stained-glass…
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June 6th, 2016 / Mt. Vernon News

New Life Given to St. Paul’s Windows

By Alan Reed / Mt. Vernon News June 6, 2016

MOUNT VERNON, Ohio — A plywood panel currently covers one open window space at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church where a large stained-glass window has been removed for refurbishing. This window casing is currently being duplicated to replace four aged windows which have served the church since 1863. As age and weather over decades took their…
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February 12th, 2016 / Mt. Vernon News

Windows That Really Say Something

By Alan Reed / Mt. Vernon News February 12, 2016

MOUNT VERNON, Ohio — Workers from Franklin Art Glass Studios have been very diligently removing seven stained-glass windows from St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 100 E. High St., this week. And not to worry, they will be putting them back … only in better shape. “Time and weather have taken their toll, and it’s the congregation’s…
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August 19th, 2015 / WDTN Dayton News

Old Meets New with UD Chapel Renovations

By Jake Ryle / WDTN Dayton News August 19, 2015

DAYTON, Ohio — More than 300 packed the Immaculate Conception Chapel on the University of Dayton’s campus Wednesday morning. It was an opportunity to pray for the incoming students before the school year begins. But it also served as a chance for many to see the newly renovated chapel. Shawna Collins, an employee with the…
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April 8th, 2012 / The Columbus Dispatch

Franklin Art Glass Has Survived Good Times and Bad To Become the Biggest Stained Glass Company in Ohio

By Dan Gearino / The Columbus Dispatch April 8, 2012

COLUMBUS, Ohio — A stained-glass craftsman from centuries ago would have no trouble fitting in today at Franklin Art Glass Studios. While other artists and manufacturers long have used machines to help with design and cutting, this German Village business does nearly all of its work by hand. A stained-glass craftsman from centuries ago would…
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