Stained glass was a popular element in late Medieval art (c. 1000-1400). It appeared during the era of Romanesque Art (c. 1000-1200) before becoming an essential feature of the 'soaring' Gothic style of architecture (1150-1375).
Today, contemporary stained glass artists keep the age-old art form alive. Like their 20th-century predecessors, these artists continue to come up with creative new ways to reinterpret the ancient craft. Each window is framed in red cedar milled by locally.
A guide to the windows is available in the sanctuary.
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