Sharon Reuss works in stained glass, from butterflies to birds to electric guitars.
"I've been in art ever since I was a little girl, and as far as the glass, my brother was in the glass business for over thirty years and there's a big age difference between us. So, ever since I was a little girl, I would be cutting glass with him, and then when I got older, I just always drew; it was a medium that I loved, and it's been thirteen years."
"What's the most difficult part about working with glass?"
"All of the precautions, you know, because of working with the lead, doing the stained glass, you got to make sure that you wear your respirator and that everything is ventilated and gotta get tested every three years for lead poisoning, so that's the most difficult. Making sure you're always being safe and not slacking in that aspect."
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