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Palace taps California artist again to replicate glass panel

By Rob Shikina

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Mar 02, 2014

~~<p>A California man will soon begin the painstaking process of replicating an embossed glass panel that was shattered during an act of vandalism at Iolani Palace last month.</p>
<p>Patrick Mackle, who has reproduced three panes of glass for the palace already, will craft the piece at his shop in Monrovia, Calif. The artwork, which is in a style similar to rococo, a florid style that originated in Europe, has fine brushstrokes that reveal shadows and shapes, he said.</p>
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A California man will soon begin the painstaking process of replicating an embossed glass panel that was shattered during an act of vandalism at Iolani Palace last month.

Patrick Mackle, who has reproduced three panes of glass for the palace already, will craft the piece at his shop in Monrovia, Calif. The artwork, which is in a style similar to rococo, a florid style that originated in Europe, has fine brushstrokes that reveal shadows and shapes, he said. Login for more...



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