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New Hope Community Church in Clackamas Oregon commissioned this window in 1985. It is 21 feet high and 12 feet wide. It consists of dalle-de-verre glass and epoxy.

 

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This window is displayed in the Holy Rosary Rectory Chapel. It measures 3 feet by 5 feet.

 

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Title: Cross Sections. This abstract design is in dalle-de-verre glass with a matrix of concrete, measuring 3 ft. x 5 ft.

 

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St. Elizabeth Ann Seaton Parish, Aloha, Oregon. Abstract representation of "Community," this window measures 6 ft. by 6 ft.

 

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Dynamic, although almost completely devoid of color. The design derives its strength from the bold lines of the lead and the contrast between the beveling and the handcrafted swirls of the clear glass.

 

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St. Mary's sanctuary, detail, Albany, Oregon

 

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St. Mary's sanctuary, detail, Albany, Oregon

 

 

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Sisters of Providence Hospital, Newberg, Oregon.
Located in the Reflection Room, this window is 7.5 ft high and more than 9 ft wide.
The design suggests a sense of quiet and peace. The sweeping, curved, upward flowing lines expand the room's sense of height.

 

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Located above the altar of St. Mary's Parish in Albany, Oregon and measuring almost 13 feet high, this stained glass window depicts the death by fire and rebirth. This is particularly important as St. Mary's Parish suffered a fire in 1985 by an arsonist. This window is one of the artist's favorites. The white glass was custom blown for this project by Fremont Glass in Seattle, Washington.

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Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Rectory Chapel, Portland, Oregon. The saturated blue color gives the small chapel an intimate and reflective quality without challenging the environment. The pink "ribbons" symbolize our spiritual interactiveness. Here, the stained glass is actually up to three layers thick in order to avoid extraneous lead lines.

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St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church, Portland, Oregon Link

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Dalle-de-Verre window for the Chapel at the University of Portland. The chapel was designed by Pietro Belluschi, 1986.

 

 

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Abstract stained glass window for St. Terese Catholic Church, Portland, Oregon,

approximately 8 feet high and 24 feet long.

 

 

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Mother Joseph Care Center, Olympia, Washington.

 

 

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Springwater Presbyterian Church, Estacada, Oregon.

 

 

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Joyful Servant Lutheran Church, Newberg, Oregon.