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Oakbrook Esser  Studios In The News

December 23, 2012: Wisconsin State Journal

On Wisconsin: Stained glass work sacred to owner of Oconomowoc studio

OCONOMOWOC There is not always quiet here, but there is peacefulness. Little natural light penetrates the gallery at Oakbrook Esser Studios in this city's downtown.
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Let There be Light

Aug. 25, 2010 - Jan. 2, 2011:

Stained Glass and Drawings from the
Collection of Oakbrook Esser Studios
at the Haggerty Museum of Art

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View a Slide Show of “Let There Be Light” at the Haggerty Museum

News story: Oconomowoc Enterprise

Show review: Shepherd Express

News story: Lake Country Reporter

Peacock Window

November 2007: Exclusively Yours Magazine
The owners of this unique home spent years planning customizing and creating every detail of this magnificent estate. Oakbrook Esser crafted custom windows for this lovely residence.
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Articles about the Darwin D. Martin House
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March 27, 2009: Transom Update
Thanks to the expert installation skills of Martin House Lead Cabinetmaker Steve Oubre, the incredible transom art glass panel is now in place at the living room / veranda junction. - Continue to story

October 2006: Tree of Life Window Interpreted in Special Exhibit
Oakbrook Esser Studios was commissioned for a special Tree of Life exhibit for The Martin House Visitors Center, part of the museum shop interior; sponsored by Stanford Lipsey, publisher of the Buffalo News, and his wife, Judith. - Continue to story

August 2003: Frank Lloyd Wright designed Darwin D. Martin House
The House restoration will cost an estimated $23 million. And backers have already exceeded that figure - Continue to story

July 1999: Martin House in the News
Today's manufacturing methods for art glass are every bit the equal of those of the past. - Continue to story

Articles about the Waukesha Metro
Transit Center
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August 2007:
Transit center art receives public welcome
About 30 people attended the unveiling ceremony at the transit center Saturday for the art and to honor those who donated the money to make it possible. -
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August 2007: Red Hot Waukesha ART PREVIEW excerpt
...a special ceremony in the Waukesha Transit Center is scheduled to kick things off at 10 a.m., when the Waukesha Public Art Committee dedicates Fragmented Flow by artist Paul Phelps. - Continue to story
July 2007: Transit Center art dedication set
A special art piece created for the Waukesha Transit Center has been completed and will be dedicated in a ceremony at 10 a.m. Aug. 4 at the center, 212 E. St. Paul Ave. - Continue to story

January 29, 2007:
Oakbrook Esser Studios owner Paul Phelps is interviewed on FOX WakeUp News: Inside M Magazine see the news video*.
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Read the February 2007 Featured Cover Story from M Magazine.

July 2005: Fire Burns St. Paul's Episcopal Church
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Church members were still busy this morning cleaning up debris and water from a weekend fire caused by lightning that struck Watertown's St. Paul's Episcopal Church, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. - Continue to story

June 2005: The Kamber House
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Restoring this vintage Victorian has been
a 30-plus year passion for Oconomowoc couple - Continue to story

January 2004: Gospel of ‘St. John’
Stained-glass windows' quality an article of faith for German-born artisan - Continue to story

March 2003: Sanctuary being reborn in time for Easter
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Painstakingly, scars from July fire being erased from Friedens Evangelical Church - Continue to story

Articles about the Oneida County Courthouse Dome restoration
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May 2004: Dome restoration underway
High above the city of Rhinelander, where few creatures other than birds have ever perched - Continue to story

August 2004: Oneida County Courthouse                                
Courthouse dome project halfway to this year's goal - Continue to story


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