Created and Sold by Stefan Salinas

Stefan Salinas
Murals by Stefan Salinas seen at St Philip's Church, Chapel, San Francisco - St. Francis and the Wolf of Gubbio

St. Francis and the Wolf of Gubbio

Item details

Stained glass design, chapel within St. Philip the Apostle Church, 2015.
The commission was to depict the scene when St. Francis peacefully negotiates with a wolf who was terrorizing villagers in Gubbio, Italy. Atop is the coat of arms of the Archdiocese of San Francisco.
Made by Hogan Studios.
Concept: Rev. Tony LaTorre

Context & Credits

Have more questions about this item?
Stefan Salinas

Meet the Creator

"I've spent the last three years writing, illustrating, self-publishing and promoting two children's books. Along the way I have worked with carpenters, tile printers and stained glass craftsmen to make installations in churches. A mural here, a logo there, some Photoshop employed to design brochures and banners. Illustrated for a Jesuit's book, and contributed graphics and logos for the Blind Vietnamese Children Foundation (their art director for ten years) and other non-profits. Let my hands help your project come to life!

I was born and reared in that great cosmopolitan cow-town known as Houston, Texas, then moved over to San Francisco, California. I received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Houston in 1997 and have since busied myself with public commissions, painting and working on books."