The art of stained glass


Gateway Arts Council Executive Director Ellen Keyes, left, shows Mary Beth Monnier, of Maplewood, a stained glass sailboat that is part of an exhibit of works by Maynard Francis, 92, of Sidney. The sailboat is Keyes’ favorite piece in the show. The elaborate sculpture, complete with cabin, is priced to sell at $175. The show will be open until mid-March at the gallery, 216 N. Miami Ave.

Gateway Arts Council Executive Director Ellen Keyes, left, shows Mary Beth Monnier, of Maplewood, a stained glass sailboat that is part of an exhibit of works by Maynard Francis, 92, of Sidney. The sailboat is Keyes’ favorite piece in the show. The elaborate sculpture, complete with cabin, is priced to sell at $175. The show will be open until mid-March at the gallery, 216 N. Miami Ave.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Gateway Arts Council Executive Director Ellen Keyes, left, shows Mary Beth Monnier, of Maplewood, a stained glass sailboat that is part of an exhibit of works by Maynard Francis, 92, of Sidney. The sailboat is Keyes’ favorite piece in the show. The elaborate sculpture, complete with cabin, is priced to sell at $175. The show will be open until mid-March at the gallery, 216 N. Miami Ave.

Gateway Arts Council Executive Director Ellen Keyes, left, shows Mary Beth Monnier, of Maplewood, a stained glass sailboat that is part of an exhibit of works by Maynard Francis, 92, of Sidney. The sailboat is Keyes’ favorite piece in the show. The elaborate sculpture, complete with cabin, is priced to sell at $175. The show will be open until mid-March at the gallery, 216 N. Miami Ave.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/02/web1_SDN022418Stainedglass.jpgGateway Arts Council Executive Director Ellen Keyes, left, shows Mary Beth Monnier, of Maplewood, a stained glass sailboat that is part of an exhibit of works by Maynard Francis, 92, of Sidney. The sailboat is Keyes’ favorite piece in the show. The elaborate sculpture, complete with cabin, is priced to sell at $175. The show will be open until mid-March at the gallery, 216 N. Miami Ave. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News