By: Lesley

Oct 22 2012

Category: Oakville, sacred


Focal Length:40mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:NIKON D60

It is not often that the outside view of a stained glass window is almost as nice (in a subdued sort of way) as the inside view. This window at the John Bell Chapel of Appleby College was designed by Inuit artist Kenojuak. You can see the view from inside the chapel here.

Participating in Whimsical Windows


7 comments on “Kenojuak”

  1. Lesley….This is one beautiful stained glass window.It was nice to read that it was created by an Inuit artist. genie

  2. That’s one of the best that I’ve seen!

  3. The fish and dove make a statement that say that peace is in here – a fine statement for a church. This is a stunning window, so beautiful!

  4. Wow! That was really fun to see both sides of this work of art. Amazing …thank you for including the link back to the “other side of the story.” Loved this.

  5. Oh, now I understand why that’s a familiar window 🙂
    You’re right, it’s gorgeous! I almost like it better in monotone, it’s a little more subtle and interesting…
    Sorry it’s taken me so long to get over here, I’ve been gallivanting about with my family, who has come to visit from overseas… have a wonderful week!

  6. Both views are beautiful!

  7. Oh that is fabulous! Thanks for posting. I am going to send this link to a friend who is passionate about owls. She will love it too!

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