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Glass Attitudes 
Sue Delaney
1849 Vine Street
Paso Robles, CA 93446

Sue and Mom, Ele

Susan Delaney was born in Missouri and moved to California in 1997. Encouraged in 1990 by her sisters to take a class at the Stained Glass Workbench in St. Charles, she began making leaded glass suncatchers and eventually windows as a hobby. When the craft of mosaic stepping stones was introduced by Julie-Bishop Day in 1995, Susan was inspired and discovered that her hobby turned into a business.

As she began showing her stones at art shows, she realized how many people had not ever experienced the beauty of stained glass. "Stained glass is so beautiful and richly colored, I have found that people want to see that beauty in their homes and gardens. For those who can't afford leaded glass windows, the more affordable garden stones and coasters allow them to do just that."

Her detail-oriented nature motivated her to design and create not only garden stones and coasters, but also other intricate mosaic projects such as tables, mailboxes, and fountains. In 2002, she designed and marketed an American Flag Art pattern book. In 2003, "Coasters for Fun and Profit" was introduced and is sold nationally through stained glass distributors.

In 2004, a new product line - Sculptures- was developed and marketed locally. Sculptures give the glass artist an unlimited canvas, as the shapes are not limited to the molds available for stones and coasters. In 2006, "Concrete Art" became another new business, and unique types of coasters, trivets, stones, signs and sculptures were added.

Glass Attitudes, founded in 1996, labels her designs, which are available through this website, and some items are sold at "Tobin James Cellars" in San Luis Obispo County, California. She also works with customers on a one-on-one basis. "Most of my business is through personal contact. . .I would love to work with you on a design.