Art & Wall Decor by Scott Parsons seen at Our Lady of Loreto Catholic Parish, Aurora - Our Lady of Loreto Parish
Art & Wall Decor by Scott Parsons seen at Our Lady of Loreto Catholic Parish, Aurora - Our Lady of Loreto Parish
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Our Lady of Loreto Parish

Twenty-six stained glass windows created in three series for Our Lady of Loreto Parish in Foxfield, Colorado. Thematically the windows evoke the Mysteries of the Rosary, the Angelic Hierarchy, and the Celestial Jerusalem. The glass panels were created using acid-etching, sandblasting and vitreous-fired enamel techniques on flashed, hand-blown glass and laminated to float carrier pieces which were in turn painted, sand-blasted, fired and tempered to create the voluminous depth one feels when looking into these windows. Breath, wind, fire, and water are all required for the very process of making glass and the imagery created for these windows.

Meet the Creator

Scott Parsons is an international award-winning artist. He teaches printmaking and drawing at Augustana University. Scott has received numerous public art commissions across the United States and Canada. His work includes percent for art and private commissions for churches, museums, research facilities, university buildings and transportation centers. Scott was recognized by Art in America for creating one of the most significant works of public art in the United States in 2002. He has received national and international awards for his art, including multiple National Terrazzo and Mosaic Association Honor Awards. Scott's work is reviewed widely, including in Art in America, Sculpture, Architectural Record, Stained Glass Quarterly and Public Art Review. Scott received his bachelor's degree in art from Augustana College and his M.F.A. from the University of Colorado at Boulder.”

Available for commission/custom work