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This is a portable work depicting the resurrected Jesus Christ. It consists of four large panels of glass placed in front of one another in a frame, with elements of the design distributed between the four panels to create a three-dimensional effect. Click here for further information on the theological basis for the design
Picture on the left is a visualisation of an all glass porch for the entrance to Portsmouth Cathedral. It is designed to create both a visual and a sound barrier between the entrance and the rest of the aisle, whilst maintaining the architectural integrity of the area as a whole. The entrance would be via two automatic glass doors. The decoration is based on a Cistercian grisaille pattern of oak leaves. Alternative designs for the pilasters are shown below.
This window consists of a series of quaries containing a simple cross motif with a large central cross made of rough crystal glass