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    Jim Nutting works on a stained glass window that will adorn a home in Brunswick in his studio at Maine Art Glass in Lisbon Falls Monday morning while carrying on a conversation with his African grey parrot Polla watching as they whistle while they work. Nutting is juggling a major project of repairing all the windows at the Bates College chapel as well as several others. You can visit the studio, take classes or be amazed at the incredible collection of stained glass, guest artists and a world class butterfly and insect museum in the former Sts. Cyril & Methodius church above the studio. For more information about signing up for a class or visiting the museum visit: maineartglass.com

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    Butterflies, stained glass and various works from visiting artists fill the Maine Art Glass Butterfly & Insect Museum.

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    Butterflies, stained glass and various works from visiting artists fill the Maine Art Glass Butterfly & Insect Museum.

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    Butterflies, stained glass and various works from visiting artists fill the Maine Art Glass Butterfly & Insect Museum.

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    Butterflies, stained glass and various works from visiting artists fill the Maine Art Glass Butterfly & Insect Museum.

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    Butterflies, stained glass and various works from visiting artists fill the Maine Art Glass Butterfly & Insect Museum.

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    Every window in the museum is filled with original pieces of art.

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    Every window in the museum is filled with original pieces of art.

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    Every window in the museum is filled with original pieces of art.

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    Art of all kinds fills nearly every inch of the studio and museum. Nutting is pictured above left as well as reflected in a mirror as he talks to a salesman on the phone Monday morning.

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    Pieces of a former window from Bates College chapel that some of the original glass has been removed.

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    Artists have a choice of over 1200 colors and textures of glass to choose from.

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    Artists have a choice of over 1200 colors and textures of glass to choose from.

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    Every art studio needs a suit of armour and this is no exception.

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    Every art studio needs a suit of armour and this is no exception.

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