Seymour Stained Glass Seattle, WA, USA 206-525-1577
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You are welcome to come look/shop at our in-home glass gallery but please call first.
We are not a storefront and are by appointment only. We do carry some supplies for our students -- here's a list of local glass shops which stock supplies.

Phone 9am to 8pm Pacific time: 206-525-1577
Write: 5415 Greenwood Ave. N, Seattle, Washington, 98103 USA
Email: karen (you know how to punctuate)
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About Us

Karen Seymour loves the playing with light that stained glass allows. She passes her enthusiasm on to her students through the classes she teaches with her partner Dick Seymour and through her instructional books. Her naturalistic designs show evidence of both her quilting background and her MS in marine botany. The many years she spent doing computer training show up in her patient instruction of students and in the patterns and books she produces on the computer.

In 1998, Karen went looking for a table for the back yard. She saw a stone mosaic top at a local garden store and thought "I can do better than that". Based on some stained glass instruction way back in high school, she made her first table, a 48" koi pond. Then all her friends and relatives wanted one too. A local glass shop invited her to teach the technique and her books grew out of those instructional materials. in 2013 Karen purchased a kiln to explore new garden art designs which can't be easily done by the glass applqué method.

Dick Seymour acts as roadie for the art shows and as self described "class heckler". He recently retired from managing computer systems for physicists at the University of Washington. His coworkers were people who investigate the universe by smashing things apart -- you can imagine what they did to computers. This gives him lots of patience in assisting stained glass students learning to cut glass. He makes the circut boards for the lanterns and helps with the metalwork and everything else. His major hobby is astronomy and he spends his spare time on-line assisting Meade Telescope users. His other hobby is travel

Travelog links

Our traveling glass class fits in the van (yes, we like the Sprinter):


all text, images and designs copyright Karen Seymour, 1999-2016

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