Designing in color

“Color is a shivering, glorious, active thing, a sympathy of poles founded on an exact kind of wavelength repulsion. Color is cagey, only partially knowable; it resists us even as it beckons. Thus the foundation of its perverse charm.” —Jude Stewart in ROY G. BIV: An Exceedingly Surprising Book about Color This is a business […]

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The Sower and the Seed

When I was commissioned to design a pair of stained glass windows to be installed in the Ray I. Riley Alumni Center at SWBTS in Fort Worth, Texas, I knew they would have one of the most brilliant sources of light possible—the Texas sun. I knew both windows would be octagonal, composed of 8 large […]

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