Friendship Windows

As a private tribute to a Dungeons and Dragons game that played out over 35 years, I made a stained glass window that combined a saying of Franklin’s from Poor Richard (May, 1735) with a drawing of a boat from that game. Pictured above is the main window in the home of a wizard in that game.

This was my first project with painted glass (using a pen), so there were some rough draft pieces that I decided to incorporate into a smaller version for myself:

Be slow in chusing a Friend, slower in changing.

Poor Richard, May 1735

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