Scrap glass window. Bricolage, baby.
Author: Mark Oppenneer
Stained Glass #8
Sisters to match the window in the transom above our front door. These hang in the kitchen.
Stained Glass #7
Small window a la Piet Mondrian (Composition II in Red, Blue, and Yellow).
Stained Glass #6
Made for Becca on Valentine’s Day 2022.
Mark Makes Music
Visit my music website. Become one with your feelings. Soothe the savage breast.
You don’t mind staying? they asked. Do you want anything? Some coffee, maybe? I’m fine, I say And they left for dinner, the brothers and their families I sat next…
Stained Glass #4
A found object glass piece I made using lantern slide panels I discovered at a library rummage sale a few years back. Very cerebral and brooding.
Following Her Bliss in a Model A
Joseph Campbell’s statement “Follow your bliss” is a call to action that has captured the imagination of many people seeking to expand their knowledge of self and make their lives…
Some references to my meager output of scholarship. Makes me happy. Yay!
Eat All You Take
In 2013, I lost 50 pounds and blogged about my experiences. Along the way, I wrote about food addiction, eating disorders, depression, and so on. Here are some excerpts from…
Paper Cuts #3 and #4
Feels good to set aside some time for a project. Puts me in a good place… cut #3: Newest #4:
i am thankful for…
the good and noble heart of my dear friend thaddeus dickson, playing marbles at the big tree in dambach, josh golden tipping me off about the keyboard sale, rain and…
The Ethnos Project
Since 2008, I have directed the Ethnos Project. Visit the Ethnos Project The Ethnos Project is a research portal and resource database that explores the intersection of Indigeneity and information…
Blue Bowl Breads
I started Blue Bowl Breads to honor the tradition of bread baking passed on to me by my mom, Betsy Oppenneer. Mom was a world-renowned author and baking instructor whose…
Stained Glass #3
A gift to my inlaws. Currently held in Wellesley Island, NY.
Cold Veggie Pizza
Aside from Breads From Betsy’s Kitchen, I think The Oppenneer Family Cookbook (pictured below) is my favorite of the books my Mom wrote. Much yummy goodness and many fine memories…
In June of 2015, I graduated from a year-long Leadership Academy progam at Excelsior College where I serve as Director of Digital Engagement Services. My project was titled ECCentral 2.0:…