By Paul San Casciani
My representation of the destroyed faithfully depicts the butterflies and bee, and the figure of Saint Peter of the previous window. The background, instead of copying the static squares of the previous design, is enlivened with movement. The cause of the movement is the bird of fire, the legendary Phoenix, with its flaming wings outspread at the bottom of the window, the flame-
The wings of my depiction of the phoenix are flamboyant -
Incorporated into the bottom of the window are several pieces of conserved fire-
I have used the traditional techniques of glass-
The entire area of the ruby-
There is detailed glass-
For photographs of butterflies photographed locally, please click here.