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Located at Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI) is Callinectes Douglassi, a 500-pound Chesapeake blue crab made from stained glass by artist Jackie Leatherbury Douglass and her husband John in 1984.

Located at Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI) is Callinectes Douglassi, a Chesapeake blue crab made from stained glass by artist Jackie Leatherbury Douglass and her husband John in

Stained-glass blue crab, by Jackie Leatherbury Douglass, Baltimore-Washington International (BWI) Airport (upper level), Maryland

Stained-glass blue crab, by Jackie Leatherbury Douglass, Baltimore-Washington International (BWI) Airport (upper level), Maryland

30 Examples of Well-Flaunted Glass Sculptures | Naldz Graphics

30 Examples of Well-Flaunted Glass Sculptures

A stained glass sculpture of a Maryland Chesapeake Bay crab at the BWI Airport near Baltimore Maryland

The stained-glass blue crab sculpture at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in Linthicum, Md. (Photo: Rob Carr, AP)

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The stained-glass blue crab sculpture at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in Linthicum, Md.

Jackie Leatherbury Douglass  - Anything made out of stained glass is going to gain looks of admiration, but when it is a sculpture of a crab the size of a small car, it’s g...

Stained Glass Crab Sculptures

- "Callinectes Douglassi" crab glass sculpture by Jackie Leatherbury Douglass - BWI Airport

Steaming is a great cooking method for Maryland blue crab. Not only does it result in tender, succulent flesh, but it also means you can flavor the steaming liquid and this flavor will soak into the crab, giving it a subtle yet very nice taste. The following recipe calls for beer, vinegar, salt and seafood seasoning to act as the steaming liquid, and these flavors are fantastic with the crab.

Steaming is a great cooking method for Maryland blue crab. Not only does it result in tender succulent flesh but it also means you can flavor the steaming liquid and this flavor will soak into the crab giving it a subtle yet very nice taste.

This crab claw is a year younger than me, circa 1984.

Callinectes Douglassi, Giant Stained Glass Crab Sculpture at Baltimore Washington International Airport

Touch Of Country by cal56 - Delphi Artist Gallery

Panel of an open heart wreath made from a pattern in Glass Patterns Quarterly that I made for my motherTouch of Country

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