The Center for Liturgical Art at Concordia University, Nebraska, is currently working on a massive mosiac, 31 feet long by 16.5 feet tall, which will be installed in the Welcome Center at Valparaiso University in Indiana. The mosaic, titled “Lightfall,” was inspired by Psalm 36:9 and Valparaiso’s motto: “In luce tua, videmus lucer,” “In your light, we see light.”
May 10, 2013
“Darkness Broken,” a nine by nine-foot stained glass window, traveled to Baltimore, Md., from Seward, Neb. The Center for Liturgical Art at Concordia worked for more than a year on the window, which was installed on the top floor of the Lutheran Center, six stories off the ground.
August 01, 2012
The Center for Liturgical Art at Concordia is known for creating beautiful stained glass and sanctuary furnishings for churches across America. But artists recently took on a different sort of project – making artwork for a hospital.
April 05, 2012
A photographic exhibit of artwork from around the country created by the Center for Liturgical Art at Concordia is now on display in the Wolfram Gallery at the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod International Center in St. Louis. Photos of more than thirty works can be seen until mid-June.
January 13, 2012