Bob White's Fused Glass : Fused Glass Artworks by Artist Bob White from the Charles H. MacNider Art Museum's Permanent Collection

In 1952, Bob White opened his own stained-glass studio in Chicago after leaving Stone City Art Colony. Some of his most notable works are local to Mason City, such as the St. Paul and St. Peter windows at the Greek Orthodox Church, Meredith Wilson Chapel windows at the First Congregational Church, and the largest fused glass window at the time (1971-1973), the Creator Window at the First Presbyterian Church. White is known for his unique way of testing new bonding materials and to use layers handblown glass fused together. Please enjoy the fused glass pieces that are in the MacNider Art Museum's Permanent Collection in this virtual exhibit.

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Bob White's Fused Glass