Liturgical Art–Design with fabrication and installation of architectural art glass, stained glass, mosaics, terrazzo.
Sacred Art is a calling and I am thankful for every opportunity I am given to create sacred art within the liturgical community. I am inspired by the idea of place, of defining a space with a sensitivity that can transform, celebrate, and engage the redemptive qualities of grace, faith, and metaphor for the profoundly personal and communal in liturgy and in people’s lives.
My liturgical art is distinguished by four Faith &amp;amp; Form Religious Art Awards in the last three years from the Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art and Architecture (IFRAA), a Knowledge Community of the American Institute of Architects. More than 100 published reviews of my work including Art in America, Architectural Record, Stained Glass Quarterly, Faith &amp;amp; Form, Public Art Review, Sculpture, etc.