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Scott Ouderkirk at work in his studio near Hammond.  The 1932 Keck stained glass window is from a church in Elmira, NY.   Photo:  Todd Moe
Scott Ouderkirk at work in his studio near Hammond. The 1932 Keck stained glass window is from a church in Elmira, NY. Photo: Todd Moe

A glass act along the St. Lawrence

Dozens of St. Lawrence County artists will open their doors to the public this weekend during the annual Artists Studio Tour. NCPR is media sponsor for the event.

Todd Moe stopped by the studio of Hammond artist Scott Ouderkirk, for a chat about his passion for glass art using medieval-era techniques.  Go to full article
Two of the Horwood windows in the Scotch Presbyterian Church in Madrid, St. Lawrence County.
Two of the Horwood windows in the Scotch Presbyterian Church in Madrid, St. Lawrence County.

A nearly forgotten legacy in stained-glass

The windows in many of the rural churches in the North Country were created by one of the best stained-glass window artists in the country. Harry James Horwood designed stained-glass windows in the late 19th and early 20th century. His factory was in Ogdensburg. A local historian says Horwood supplied windows for country churches and even the parliament building in Ottawa.

Todd Moe talks with Dave Martin, who has spent the last five years photographing church windows in St. Lawrence, Franklin and Jefferson counties. Martin is determined to find out more about the family that was devoted to the art of stained-glass.  Go to full article

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