November 28, 2008

Progress photos from Thomas Aquinas College Chapel

Work is finishing up at Thomas Aquinas College's Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity Chapel. Some great work by New Classicist architect Duncan Stroik, another major work finished just under a year after Our Lady of Guadalupe.

Here are some photos I was forwarded the other day from a fellow alum. The solid marble statue of Mary sculpted by Tony Visco is being hoisted into place to crown the facade of this great new project. Reports I hear say that the interior is nearly finished, though the baldachino and the altar rail are not yet installed.

UPDATE: I've been corrected, Tony Visco is not the sculptor for this piece, though was to do some work here, circumstances worked out that his work was not used.
This piece is by Giancarlo Buratti as well as all the other exterior sculptural work.







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2 comments:

Martha Long said...

Erik:

I stumbled on your blog following a link from the New Liturgical Movement. As a fellow alum of TAC (second class, 1976), I am delighted to find your blog. I always wanted to study architecture, but ended up teaching instead. I still, however, find myself drawn to architecture all the time. Thank you for your reflections.

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