Dazzling ice fishing shack made from childhood memories and stained glass
Stunning stained glass showpiece
Urve Manuel has been bringing her stained glass ice fishing shack to different parts of Newfoundland’s west coast on her own dime. She wants people to stumble upon it out in the open. It takes her between two and three hours to set up and about an hour-and-a-half to take down each time. 3:02
Rocky Harbour-based artist Urve Manuel has realized a dream piece.
She’s recreated an ice fishing shack, like the one her grandfather used to pull onto the ice in the wintertime — only hers is made of glass.
Learn what her plans are for the piece and how much time and money she’s spent creating it in the video above.
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