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Hank Barnes
It's been a long, strange trip for Hank Barnes. After retiring in 1982 from teaching in a prison, he began studying stained glass under Jim Galloway of Galloway Stained Glass Studio in Peoria, Illinois. Hank always had a good eye for color, so he established his business, Heirloom Stained Glass, in 1987.

The distinction of his work is partly due to the fact that he personally constructs every project from conception to completion. Hank takes great satisfaction in creating heirloom pieces that are like a welcoming friend when one comes home. Hank's work can be seen at Poor Richard's Art and War Eagle Mill, both in Rogers, Arkansas, and at Out on Main Gallery in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. For more information, visit:

http://www.etsy.com/people/hankbarnes1234 or http://www.heirloomstainedglass.com.