Flying Colors Glass, LLC would like to thank and honor veterans of the Vietnam War, including personnel who were held as Prisoners of War or listed as missing in action, for their service and sacrifice on behalf of the United States and to thank and honor the families of those veterans. As part of that […]
A recently-completed large format (44″w x 18″h) version of Naval Aviators WINGS in stained glass.
Watch as Gary Elshoff unveils a newly finished window to the customer of a Beech Baron 58.
This is a very special window for a very special ‘bird!’
This is the first in a series of video blog posts. Watch for additional new ‘video vignettes’ as I share my passion for my work at FLYING COLORS GLASS, LLC!
This is a transcript of the article that was originally published in the “News Graphic & Daily News” in April 2017 Grafton man makes his mark worldwide with his stained glass airplane designs Turn a plain window into a PLANE WINDOW!” is Gary Elshoff’s slogan for his business called Flying Colors Glass LLC. “In the […]
Library – “Commissioned” Stained Glass Regains Glow By Steven A. Burnham The UWM Libraries are a crucible of creation, bringing together people and ideas, and sparking new knowledge that is disseminated through articles, papers, presentations, books. Sometimes, art is fostered here as well, but perhaps only once in the manner that the Libraries “inspired” Gary […]
Posted: May 2014 For Immediate Release Glass artist Gary Elshoff of Grafton, Wisconsin, an Artist Member of the American Society of Aviation Artists, has been honored with two prestigious awards for his work in the ASAA 2014 International Aerospace Art Exhibition at the San Diego Air & Space Museum gallery. Mr. Elshoff was one of […]
. . . It Has Been Suggested . . . By Gary Elshoff, Artist Member, ASAA Article in the Winter, 2014 issue of the AERO-BRUSH, a publication of the American Society of Aviation Artists Read the full article below. This is the final segment of the trilogy I have composed […]
Rose-Harms American Legion Post Commander Jim Arentz (left) and former post Commander Al Richards unveil a stained-glass window Monday that features the B-24 bomber flown by Lt. Roy Harms when he and his crew were killed during a World War II raid on a Romanian refinery. Read the full article at JSOnline -> Click Here […]
Local artist Gary Elshoff of Grafton, Wisconsin, a member of the American Society of Aviation Artists, has been honored with the acceptance of his work in the ASAA 2013 International Aerospace Art Exhibition at the Baltimore-Washington International Airport terminal gallery. Mr.Elshoff was one of twenty-seven artists from around the world whose work was selected. The […]
. . . A Suggestion ! By Gary Elshoff, Artist Member, ASAA From the Spring, 2013 issue of the AERO-BRUSH, a publication of the American Society of Aviation Artists Read the full article below. Stop! Before you read further, please look at the image to the right. What do you […]