Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Chalice Window

One of my train platform friends who greeted me mornings, year after year in the fall.  A powerful presence!

Glass cutting cartoon with geometry overlay.

 I celebrated this presence with a series of three commemorative window panels. The first panel named "The Burning Bush" is shown below. In this design have joined the medieval geometric construct, the squaring of the circle, with the image of the shrubbery. The circle represents un-manifest spirit-space and the square represents the manifest, comprehensible world. “When a near-equality is drawn between the circle and the square, the infinite is able to express its dimensions or qualities through the finite.” [Lawlor] 

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