Experienced in Excellence
About Fullmoon Glass
Based in Tucson, AZ, Fullmoon glass provides 40 years Experience in Excellence in the premade and custom designed stained glass projects from tiny (2” x 3”) to immense (20 sq ft). The designs are varied and unique, created in the techniques of lead came and copper foil. Most of the smaller items are made with copper foil and solid copper accents. Larger projects are made with copper foil and/or lead, depending on the design. Some are only one, others contain both techniques, there again, depending upon the design. One category, the Garden Banners are a combination of copper foil and zinc.
The subject matter that is usually seen are Art Deco, Southwestern and Liturgical, but these are not the only styles which are distinguished in previous custom works. Design possibilities are limitless.
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“This work and this site are beautiful but nothing is as illuminating as the artist herself. Owning even one small piece of her work allows you to share the inner light and beauty of her heart and spread it throughout your home and office, and to continue to share it with others as gifts. I am thankful to have known her for many years and continually find each new piece an inspiration.”
~ Lynn De Vaney
About the Artist
Ann Farwell Taylor
Tucson-Based Stained & Leaded Glass Artist
Experienced in Excellence
Internationally known, Ann’s commission work includes doors, windows, skylights, sidelights and free hanging pieces in churches, homes, restaurants and businesses. Her work is shown and installed in many countries including: Germany, England, Belgium, Australia, Japan, Mexico, Philippines, Canada, Ireland, France, South Africa, Brazil and Switzerland as well as throughout the United Kingdom and United States.
Ann also teaches one-day workshops in studio and at seminars, and has taught in recreation centers, camps and schools. She has worked with Very Special Arts of Arizona, including a pilot program for at-risk and disadvantaged children in Nogales, Arizona. She speaks to civic groups, fraternal organizations, schools and art groups, demonstrating stained glass work and lecturing in relation to art and artists.
She authored a “how-to” book on stained-leaded glass techniques (now out of print), and has been a contributing writer as well as a staff writer for national magazines covering art and artists.
Ann has been a juried member of many of the art leagues and writing groups in Southern Arizona.
She has been a professional artist since 1980 and currently resides in Tucson, Arizona.
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Tucson, Arizona 85711-5204