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phpqcJSy3AMBoom Glass Art, Duane Boom

I first started working in glass in 1980 and have been creating lampshades and windows ever since. Working with color and making things with my hands has brought me enjoyment for as long as I remember.

I have made hundreds of windows and over 100 Tiffany reproduction lampshades.  All of the work is crafted by me using the same techniques as was originally employed by Tiffany Studios using the finest materials available.

In 1995 I started working in kiln formed glass, (glass manipulated by heat). I have taken classes from prominent glass artists at Corning Museum of Glass, Arrowmount School of Crafts and Oatka Glass School.

My educational background includes a B.S. in Interior Design from North Dakota State University. I have 20 years of experience working in the commercial interior design field.  I excel in designing projects that coordinates your ideas into a aesthetic pleasing design the is appropriate to space for your project.

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  1. Hi, Just wondering.. I have a lamp that has a broken panel, although the lamp is so old it is in not in tack as a shade . I have all the panels one which had been busted including the frame. I did inquire with a lamp expert and he advised me to search for a new shade as it would be cheaper. Not sure what to do. ????

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