Bill Simpson

 

oldnorthendglass@gmail.com

 

I have been working with glass for more than thirty years, first as a hobby, then (primarily while living in Colorado Springs) as a buisness. Although most of my work has been traditional stained glass using copper foil and leaded techniques, I have recently begun making glass on glass mosaics. I design each piece myself and rarely re-use a pattern - never with the same glass. 

You can be confident that any piece of glass art from my studio will be one-of-a-kind and well constructed.

 

The motifs most often found in my work derive from my interest in the American Southwest and natural forms and scenes.

But I also enjoy making pieces that are purely abstract splashes of color, pieces based upon children's drawings, and other

flights of fancy.

 

Prior to shifting my work from a hobby to a business, then moving to Colorado, and finally returning to New Mexico, I was a college professor, a management consultant, and staff for New Mexico legislative and higher education committees. I have enjoyed living in upstate New York, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota, but delighted to have found home in the southwest.

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Background Mosaic:  "Dragonfly Sanctuary (detail)", 2011,  Albuquerque Botanic Gardens, by Laura Robbins

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