Left: This chapel window from Trinity Cathedral in Davenport, Iowa, incorporates salvaged stained glass sections into a simple diamond background.

Above: This chapel window from Trinity Cathedral in Davenport, Iowa, incorporates salvaged stained glass sections into a simple diamond background.

Above and below: Salvaged fragments from an old English window prior to cleaning and restoration. These have been incorporated into the new chapel windows (shown above left and on this page) at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Davenport, Iowa.

Above: Rendering of a modern design with the Alpha & Omega symbols in a grid background.

Right: Window for St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Lake Mary, Florida.
Craft, the hand of God expressed through the hand of man. Stained glass, the medium of God's light perceived through the eye of man. Manifest expression of the unmanifest, the goal of all art at its highest. - R. B.