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STAINED GLASS ADDS CLASS MAITLAND HOUSE SPEAKS FOR ITSELF BY DRAWING ATTENTION TO ITS DISTINCTIVE AND FINELY CRAFTED STAINED GLASS WINDOWS.
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Orlando Sentinel - Orlando, Fla.
Author: Denise Salvaggio Of The Sentinel Staff
Date: May 16, 1992
Start Page: G.1
Section: HOMES
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PHOTO 3C: From the front door (above) to the master bath (below), stained glass adds a personal touch to the Maitland home of [Buddy Seligman] and [Debra Seligman]. A tree trunk and branches motif is carved in the mahogany door, which is accented with stained glass in a grapevine and trellis pattern. The grapevine pattern continues in the fanlight in the bathroom, which on the exterior is above the front door, and in the fanlight that is midway between the stairs from the living room to the master bedroom loft. BARBARA V. PEREZ/SENTINEL BOX: Those who are interested in a do-it-yourself approach to stained glass can find advice through the Central Florida Stained Glass Guild. The non-profit organization started 10 years ago as a means of sharing ideas, knowledge, techniques and technological innovations among professional and amateur stained glass artists. The guild has about 150 members. "The guild helps artists, and in doing so, improves the quality of stained glass in the area," said stained glass artist Cindy Day. Her mother, father and husband also are stained glass artists. They own a studio, Cin-Ray Creations. The guild meets at 7:30 p.m. on the last Thursday of every month at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1006 Clay St., Orlando. Admission is $2 for non-members; $1 for members. For more information, telephone (407) 740-6764 or (407) 295-3215.

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