Sarah Hall (glass artist)

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Sarah Hall
Sarah Hall, Stained Glass Artist.jpg
Born (1951-12-09) December 9, 1951 (age 66)
Hamilton, Ontario
Nationality Canadian
Education Sheridan College, Swansea College of Art, Apprenticeship with Lawrence Lee, ARCA
Known for Stained Glass Artist, Solar Glass Artist, Architectural Art Glass
Notable work 'Lux Gloria'- Cathedral of the Holy Family, 'Waterglass' - Harbourfront Centre, 'Lux Nova' - Regent College, UBC, 'Wisdom Windows' - Massey College, U of T.
Movement Artists In Stained Glass, Canada

Sarah Hall is a stained glass artist[1] from Canada. Sarah Hall is internationally recognized for her large-scale art glass installations and solar projects. Over the past decade Hall has pioneered a new direction in architectural glass in North America: merging artistic glass design with technical innovations related to green building.

Early life and education[edit]

Early life[edit]

World Youth Day Chapel, Stained Glass by Sarah Hall.jpg

Born in Hamilton, Ontario, in 1951, Sarah Hall was the eldest of three children of Clifton Leonard Howard Hall and Laura Eveline (Walsh) Hall. In the first year of life she moved with her parents to Dundas, Ontario where they built a house on the ravine overlooking Warren Park. Hall was inspired by the natural surroundings of her childhood home in Dundas. The Niagara Escarpment which encircles the Dundas Valley including Webster's Falls and Tews Falls were important influences in the development of her work. Her father was Chairman of the Building Committee for St. Marks United Church in Dundas. During the design phase of St. Marks, when Hall was 9 years of age, she accompanied her father and his committee to many churches. It was in this time she made the decision to make stained glass windows her life’s work. As no classes in stained glass were offered in Canada during the 1960s and early 1970s, Hall lived and worked in Alberta photographing ghost towns for the Provincial Archives of Alberta supported by an OFY federal grant.

Glass Studies[edit]

Living Cross by Sarah Hall.jpg

In 1974, Hall enrolled in the Creative Arts Department at Sheridan College where stained glass was offered as one of the classes. In a decision to study stained glass full-time she enrolled in the Architectural Glass Department at Swansea College of Art, Wales, UK. Following her Diploma in Architectural Glass from The City & Guilds of London Institute, Hall assisted Lawrence Lee ARCA, Master of the Glass Department at the Royal College of Art in London. Hall's studies were completed with a year in Jerusalem researching Middle Eastern techniques in glass. One of the techniques she learned in Jerusalem was gold leafing on glass.

European artistic influences include the stained glass work of Marc Chagall, Henri Matisse, Georg Meistermann, Georges Rouault, Fernand Leger and Johannes Schreiter. Sites where these works were viewed were visited with her mentor art historian Peter Larisey, SJ (Society of Jesus) who taught at Regis College, University of Toronto. Artistic influences from Canada include glass artists Yvonne Williams and Rosemary Kilbourn and painter Emily Carr. Hall spent a summer on Haida Gwaii to photograph what remained of the villages and totem Carr had painted.

Personal life[edit]

In 1982, Hall married Jeffrey John Kraegel, a builder of musical instruments and piano technician for The Toronto Symphony Orchestra at Roy Thomson Hall. They have two sons, Jordan Benjamin Hall Kraegel and Jonathan Ezra Hall Kraegel. Both sons have shown strong ability in craftsmanship and design - Jordan in wood and Jonathan in metal. Hall's brother Brad Hall is an accomplished sculptor and blacksmith living in Nova Scotia.

Techniques[edit]

First Studios - Leaded Glass Technique[edit]

In 1980, Hall established her own stained glass studio in Toronto. For the first four years, the studio was located in an old storefront at 94 Tecumseth Street. Hall then moved to 30 Portland Street with fellow glass artists Robert Jekyll, Steven Brathwaite, Karl Schantz, Andrew Kuntz and photographers Robert Burley and Andre Beneteau sharing the large 4th floor warehouse. An early supporter of Hall's work in glass was June Callwood who commissioned her work for Jessie’s Centre designed by architect Jack Diamond. Numerous projects were accomplished in this studio (1984 -1990) created in the traditional stained glass technique with glass painting and silver stain. In these projects, Hall did the design work and all of the technical work on the glass herself.

Trinity Window by Sarah Hall.jpg

First Studios List of Works (1980 - 1990)[edit]

  • Parkwood Hospital, Chapel Screen, London, ON
  • Dufferin-Peel RCSS Board HQ, Sanctuary Window, Mississauga, ON
  • St. Matthias Church, Narthex Window & East Window, Toronto, ON
  • Church of St. Leonard, Sanctuary Window, Toronto, ON
  • Archbishop's Residence, Reception Room Window, Toronto, ON
  • Mother Teresa RCSS, Chapel Screen & Foyer Transom, Toronto, ON

Dupont Street Studio - Expanded Techniques (1990 – 2005)[edit]

Gold Leafing Detail by Sarah Hall.jpg

In 1990, having a large number of commissions forced another move to an exceptional space in the old General Electric warehouse at 1440 Dupont Street. Painted entirely white, this 3000 square foot studio had 30 foot high ceilings, massive skylights and windows. Several craftsmen assisted Hall in her work including John Wilcox, Rosiland Sokolosky, Hap Straker and William Lindsay. Glass techniques were expanded considerably in this time to include large murals based on gold leaf techniques (Scotia Plaza), reverse painted glass, sandblasting and glass etching with hydrofluoric acid. Towards the end of this period, Hall worked with craftsmen at Sattler Stained Glass Studio in Nova Scotia to facilitate larger projects. Her contribution to the built environment was honoured in 1997 by the Ontario Association of Architects "Allied Arts Award." She was elected in 2002 into membership of the Royal Canadian Academy of Art. Sarah Hall is listed annually in Canadian Who’s Who. Projects created in this period are included in the list below.

Unitarian by Sarah Hall.jpg
Painted Glass by Sarah Hall.jpg

Dupont Street List of Works (1990 – 2005)[edit]

  • Scotia Plaza, All That Glitters- Reverse Painted Gold Leafed Glass Mural, Toronto, ON
  • St. Paul the Apostle Church, Sanctuary & Chapel Windows, Burlington, ON
  • Cardinal Carter RCSS, 4 Chapel Windows & Medallion, Aurora, ON
  • Jessie's Centre for Teenagers, 10 Optical Glass Nursery Windows, Toronto, ON
  • Holy Trinity RCSS Chapel, 14 Chapel Windows, Bradford, ON
  • Queensway General Hospital, Gold Leafed Donor Wall Mural, Toronto, ON
  • Prince of Peace Catholic School, 9 Foyer Windows, Toronto, ON
  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Quiet Room Windows, Toronto, ON
  • W. J. Watson Public School Resource Centre, Clerestory Windows, Keswick, ON
  • First Unitarian Congregation of Toronto, Tower & Chapel Windows, Toronto, ON
  • Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Skylight Window, Sarnia, ON
  • Michael Power Separate School, Etched Glass Screen & Mural, Toronto, ON
  • St. Matthew's Catholic School, St. Matthew & Holy Family Windows, Cambridge, ON
  • Thornhill Public School, Foyer Windows, Thornhill, ON
  • Bishop’s Residence, Reception Room Windows, Toronto, ON
  • Immaculate Conception Church: 38 Windows, Woodbridge, ON
  • Thomas Aquinas RCSS, Chapel Window, London, ON
  • Fox Point Lutheran Church, 9 Chapel & 6 Entryway Windows, Milwaukee, WI
  • Prospect Cemetery and Mausoleum, 14 Windows - Stations of the Cross, Toronto, ON
  • Bruce Peninsula Hospital, Clerestory Window, Wairton, ON
  • Knox Presbyterian Church, Nave Window, Toronto, ON
  • United Methodist Church, Sanctuary Window, Hysperia, CA
  • 16th Ave. Public School, Interior Glass Mural, Thornhill, ON
  • Jean Vanier RCSS, Sanctuary & 6 Clerestory Windows, Collingwood, ON
  • Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church, Celtic Windows, Richmond Hill, ON
  • St. Peter's RCSS, Chapel Windows, Barrie, ON
  • Our Lady of Mount Carmel Convent, Chapel Windows, Maple, ON
  • St. Simons Anglican Church, Nave Window-St Cecilia, Toronto, ON
  • North York Hospital, Chapel Mural and Entryway, Toronto, ON
  • St. Andrew Church, 5 East Gable & Baptistery & Rose Windows, Columbus, OH
  • Immaculate Conception Church, 25 Clerestory & Choir Windows, Toronto, ON
  • Mother Teresa School, Foyer and Library Windows, Cambridge, ON
  • Epiphany of Our Lord Church, Skylight, Narthex & 6 Sanctuary Windows, Toronto, ON
  • Manresa: Jesuit Spiritual Retreat Centre, Chapel Window, Pickering, ON
  • St. John Lutheran Church, Entryway and Sanctuary Windows, Dublin, OH
  • Beth Tikvah Synagogue, 3 Chapel Windows, Toronto, ON
  • Shaarei Beth-El Synagogue, Sanctuary Windows, Oakville, ON
  • Laval House, Spiritan Windows, Toronto, ON
  • Marble Collegiate Church, 2 Sanctuary Windows, New York City, NY
  • St. Richard’s Catholic Church, Sanctuary Window Borrego Springs, CA
  • Thomas a Becket Parish Church, Sanctuary and Chapel Windows, Canton, MI
  • St. John Lutheran Church, Sanctuary and Narthex Windows, Dublin, OH
  • Beth Tikvah Synagogue, 3 Chapel Windows, Toronto, ON
  • Shaarei Beth-El Synagogue, Sanctuary Windows, Oakville, ON
  • Laval House, Spiritan Windows, Toronto, ON
  • Marble Collegiate Church, 2 Sanctuary Windows, New York City, NY
  • St. Richard’s Catholic Church, Sanctuary Window Borrego Springs, CA
  • Thomas a Becket Parish Church, Sanctuary and Chapel Windows, Canton, MI
  • Thomas a Becket Anglican Church, 6 Nave Windows, Mississauga, ON
  • B’nai Keshet Synagogue, Entryway, Clerestory & Sanctuary Windows, Montclair, NJ
  • John Neumann Catholic Community, Blessed Sacrament Chapel, St. Charles, IL

German Studio and Introduction to Solar (2004 – present)[edit]

Solar Decathlon Window by Sarah Hall.jpg

In 2004, Hall received a Chalmers Arts Fellowship from the Ontario Arts Council to research and include photovoltaic technology in her art glass installations. This initiated a collaboration with Glasmalerei Peters GmbH in Paderborn, Germany. The first demonstration of PV technology was the "Northern Light" project co-ordinated by Concordia University at the Solar Decathlon in Washington, DC in 2005. In 2008, Hall and architect Clive Grout received an award from the American Institute of Architects for "Lux Nova", their photovoltaic art glass installation at Regent College, UBC. Canadian violinist Oliver Schroer composed music for "Lux Nova" and several concerts of his music were held at the studio. Mentorship for her work in solar power has come from physicist Ursula Franklin. A project called the "Wisdom Windows" honouring Rose Wolfe and the women of Massey College was commissioned by Master of the College John Fraser as a result of this mentorship. In 2008, Hall created BIPV for Grass Valley School in Camus, WA. This was followed by "Leaves of Light", Life Sciences Building at York University and "Waterglass" solar art facades at Harbourfront Centre. Hall’s most extensive solar project has been the monumental south windows entitled "Lux Gloria" at The Cathedral of the Holy Family in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, one of the sunniest city in Canada with over 2268 hours of sunlight per year. Although the focus was on solar integration in this period many projects were created in other techniques including glass mosaic, appliqué, screen-printing and fused glass.

Detail of Solar Art Glass by Sarah Hall.jpg

Another new innovation has been solar glass retrofitting for existing buildings which provides a brand new building envelope that collects energy.

In her most recent work, Hall continues to explore innovative approaches to pressing environmental issues. In addition to bringing third generation photovoltaics (organic solar cells) into architecture, she is looking for ways to mitigate the worldwide problem of bird strike. This man-made plague causes some 100 million bird fatalities per year caused by bird-skyscraper collisions. Hall is working with researchers at the American Bird Conservancy to integrate new patterns and surfaces in architectural glass that will warn birds away and collect energy from sunlight at the same time.

Throughout her career Hall has sought to improve human environments through the medium of architectural glass. Over the years she has discovered creative ways to tackle global problems while maintaining the aesthetic integrity of her works - finding ways to develop greater energy autonomy and to live in harmony with the natural world.

A Selection of Solar Works[edit]

List of Works (2005 - Present)[edit]

  • Vincent de Paul, Windows, Tabernacle & Interior Glass Screens, Rogers, AR
  • Marguerite d’Youville, Glass Skylight Canopy & 12 Nave Windows, Brampton, ON
  • John of the Cross Community, 6 Sanctuary, 10 Narthex Windows, Mississauga, ON
  • Catharine of Siena, 56 Sanctuary Windows, Columbus, OH
  • Thornhill United Church, Rose Window, Thornhill, ON
  • South Huntington Jewish Centre, 24 Synagogue Windows, South Huntington, NY
  • Embassy of Kuwait, Main Foyer Window & North Corridor, Ottawa, ON
  • World Youth Day HQ, Chapel Window, Koln, Germany
  • Rose of Lima, 50 Sanctuary & Narthex Windows, Toronto, ON
  • HQ, Union of Reform Judaism, Chapel Project, New York, NY
  • Church of the Resurrection, 14 Marian Chapel Windows, New Albany, OH
  • Our Lady of Assumption Church, 3 Chapel Windows, Albany, NY
  • St. Peters Catholic Church, Blessed Sacrament Chapel Screen, Laporte, IN
  • Grace Church on-the-Hill, IOAC Narthex Window, Toronto, ON
  • St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Entryway Doors and Gold Leaf Murals, Mississauga, ON
  • Scioto Ridge Methodist Church, 20 Sanctuary Windows, Columbus, OH
  • Christ Lutheran Church, 12 Sanctuary Windows, Waterloo, ON
  • Solar Decathlon Project, Photovoltaic Art Glass, Washington, DC
  • Gwen Harris Concert Hall, 36 windows for the Music Building, Paradise Valley, AZ
  • Regent College Wind Tower, "Lux Nova" Solar Art Glass Project, Vancouver, BC
  • Grace Church on-the-Hill, Narthex (Bradfield) Windows; Toronto, ON
  • Rene Goupil Jesuits, 3 Chapel Windows, Pickering, ON
  • Grass Valley Elementary School, Photovoltaic Art Glass Windows, Portland, OR
  • Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Community, 16 Entryway Windows, Vancouver, BC
  • Manresa Jesuit Retreat Centre, 8 Blessed Sacrament Chapel Windows, Pickering, ON
  • Massey College, Upper Library – 9 Wisdom Windows, University of Toronto, ON
  • Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Community, "Magnificat" Windows, Vancouver, BC
  • St. Barnabas on-the-Desert, Sanctuary Project- Glass Mosaic Wall, Paradise Valley, AZ (in collaboration with Casavant Organs)
  • Cathedral of the Holy Family, 3 Solar Façade Windows, Saskatoon, SK
  • Cathedral of the Holy Family, 5 Sanctuary Windows, Saskatoon, SK
  • York University,"Leaves of Light" Solar Project, Toronto, ON
  • Holy Name of Jesus Parish,"Light of the World" Glass Mosaic, Vancouver, BC
  • Western Theological Seminary, Narthex, Prayer Rm, Sanctuary Windows, Holland, MI
  • Harbourfront Centre Theatre, Waterglass Solar Project, Toronto, ON
  • St. George’s Anglican Church, 3 Sanctuary Windows, Toronto, ON
  • St. Pius X Parish, 8 Sanctuary Windows, Reconciliation Room, Calgary, AB
  • Redeemer Episcopal Church, 2 Chancel Windows, Altar Frontal, Cincinnati, OH
  • Emmanuel College, University of Toronto, Chapel Window, Toronto, ON
  • St. Patrick’s Home, Chapel Entryway- 6 doors, Ottawa, ON
  • Chapel, Cathedral of the Holy Family, 2 "Annunciation" Windows & Mosaic, Saskatoon, SK
  • Rosedale United Church, Narthex Centennial Window, Toronto, On
  • Divine Savoirs Holy Angels HS, 15 Chapel Windows, Milwaukee, WI
  • Christ Church Cathedral, 100 foot high bell spire, Vancouver, BC
  • St. Clements Anglican Church, choir window, Toronto, ON
  • Greenwood College School, 5 floors: interior glass walls, Toronto, ON

Other works[edit]

Audio/Visual[edit]

  • Documentary - Halstead Studios, "Lighting the Way", 2017
  • Documentary – Great Minds of Design, CBC 2012
  • Interview – Salt + Light Television –"Refiners Fires," 2009
  • Interview – CBC Radio, "Tapestry" 2007
  • Interview – CBC Radio, "Fresh Air," 2006
  • Interview – CTS Television –"Faith Journal," 2006
  • Voice of Light - with music by Oliver Schroer, ‘99 Glasgow Street Productions
  • Listening to the Light - The Stained Glass Work of Sarah Hall, '98, Glasgow Street
  • CBC Arts and Entertainment - "Painting with Light," 1994
  • CBC The Nature of Things with David Suzuki (Living Colour Episode) Nov '93

Exhibitions[edit]

Solo[edit]

  • ‘Names of Mary’, The Marian Library, Dayton, Ohio, USA, 2000
  • ‘Wind’s Eye’, Ontario Association of Architects, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1997
  • ‘Hold Me In The Light’ Regis College, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1992

With other artists[edit]

  • ‘St. Boniface Stelle’, Diocesan Museum, Paderborn, Germany, 2013
  • 'Zeitgenossische Glasbuilder', Glasmuseum, Immenhausen, Germany, 2011
  • ‘St. Boniface Exhibition’, Bonifatiushaus, Paderborn, Germany, 2010
  • ‘St. Boniface Exhibition’, Bonifatiushaus, Onsabruck, Germany, 2008
  • ‘Das Farbige Licht’, Munich Succession Exhibition, Pfarrkitchen, Germany, 2005–2006
  • ‘Lumieres du Monde’, Musee Suisse du Vitrail, Romont, Switzerland, 2005
  • ‘Colour & Light Fascination’, Mary E. Black Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, 2003–2004
  • 'Welt Jugendtag’ Headquarters, Cologne, Germany, 2003
  • ‘Hot, Warm, Cold’, Glass Art Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2003
  • ‘Das Farbige Licht’, Hans-Reiffensstuel-Haus, Pfarrkitchen, Germany, 2002
  • 'Faszination Farbe und Licht, Diocesean Museum, Augsburg, Germany, 2002
  • ‘Kunstglas Kanada’, Museum of Modern Art, Passau, Germany, 2001
  • ‘Auf Der Suche Nach Dem Licht Der Welt’, Deutsches Glasmalerei Museum, Linnich, Germany, 2001
  • ‘Das Farbige Licht’, Hans-Reiffenstuel-Haus, Pfarrkirchen, Germany, 2000
  • ‘Symbology', Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, 2000
  • ‘Looking Forward’, Ontario Crafts Council, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2000-2001
  • ‘In Search of the Light of the World’, High Cliff Gallery, Salisbury, UK, 1999
  • ‘Entrances’, Harbourfront, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1997
  • ‘Salon International du Vitrail’, Chartres, France, 1989
  • ‘International Stained Glass’, Goethe Institute, Canada, 1987

Awards[edit]

Hall's work has received several International First Place Awards for outstanding Liturgical art from both the Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art and Architecture, and Ministry and Liturgy.

In 2004, Hall was awarded a Chalmers Arts Fellowship (Ontario Arts Council): to research and integrate photovoltaic technology (solar energy collection cells) into her art glass installations. This unique fusion is the first of its kind in North America, and first premiered at the Solar Decathlon in Washington, DC.

  • Craft Ontario: Patti Walker Architectural Glass Award, 2015
  • CodaAward: Design Excellence, 2014
  • American Institute of Architects: Honor Award, 2014
  • Ontario Arts Council: Research for Solar Bird Glass, 2014
  • American Institute of Architects: Design Award, 2009
  • American Institute of Architects: Design Award, 2008
  • Ontario Arts Council: Chalmers Arts Fellowship Award, 2004
  • American Institute of Architects: Honour Award, 2004
  • National Leadership Conference: Leading Women Award (Arts & Culture), 2003
  • Royal Canadian Academy of Arts:[2] Elected to Membership, 2002
  • Ministry & Liturgy: 2 International Awards, First Prize - Outstanding Liturgical Art, 1998
  • Ontario Association of Architects: Allied Arts Award, 1997
  • Modern Liturgy: Bene Award, First Prize Outstanding Liturgical Art, 1995
  • American Institute of Architects: Honour Award, 1992
  • Modern Liturgy: Bene Award, First Prize Outstanding Liturgical Art, 1992
  • Modern Liturgy: Bene Award, First Prize Outstanding Liturgical Art, 1991

Books[edit]

Hall has released four publications.[3]

  • The Color of Light was published by LTP, Archdiocese of Chicago in 1999 and is the first book of its kind for the field of stained glass: a resource guide for those commissioning stained glass for a place of worship.
  • Windows on our Soul; A Spiritual Excavation (with co-author Bob Shantz), was published by Novalis in 2007. The book is based on Hall's series of windows inspired by early Christian imagery.
  • The Glass Art of Sarah Hall by J.S. Porter was published by Glasmalerei Peters GmbH in 2011. The book features Hall’s work, ranging rom a solar tower in Vancouver to leaf patterns in an Arizona sanctuary, to the jewelled splendour of the 'Wisdom Windows' at Massey College in Toronto.
  • Transfiguring Prairie Skies: Stained Glass at Cathedral of the Holy Family (with co-author Donald Bolen), was published by The Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon in 2012. The book explores the design and creation of the monumental stained glass windows at Cathedral of the Holy Family in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

External References[edit]

Books featuring Sarah Hall[edit]

  • Torgerson, Mark A. 2012. Greening Spaces for Worship and Ministry: Congregations, Their Buildings, and Creation Care. Herndon: Alban Institute/Rowman & Littlefield. (Page 154 - 155).
  • Schwebel, Horst, ed. Glasmalerei für das 21. Jahrhundert. (Band II). 2012. Paderborn: Glasmalerei Peters GmbH. (Page 67, 77, 99, 102 - 103, 129).
  • Porter, J.S. 2011. The Glass Art of Sarah Hall. Herndon: Paderborn: Glasmalerei Peters GmbH.
  • Philippart, David, ed. 2001. Basket, Basin, Plate, and Cup: Vessels in the Liturgy. Chicago: Liturgy Training Publications. (Cover, page 20).
  • Crawford, Gail. 1998. A Fine Line: Studio Crafts in Ontario from 1930 to the Present. Toronto: Dundurn Press. (Page 156 - 158).

Exhibition/Catalogue[edit]

  • Lumières Du Monde. Panorama International du Vitrail Contemporain. 2016. Centre International du Vitrail. (Page 102 - 104).
  • Glasmalerei für das 21. Jahrhundert (Band III). 2012. Germany. (Page 99).
  • Gifts of Grace. The Transformation of the John R. Mulder Memorial Chapel. 2012. Western Theological Seminary. (Page - 14 - 15).
  • Heiliger Bonifatius. Das Leben und Wirken des Missionars und Visionärs aus der Sicht internationaler Glaskünstler. 2009. Germany. (Page 2).
  • Parables of Light: A series of Stained Glass Windows created by Sarah Hall for the Sanctuary of Christ Luthern Church, Waterloo. 2007. Waterloo: Congregation of Christ Luthern Church.
  • Das Farbige Licht - The Coloured Light. 2005. Germany. (Page 9 - 10).
  • Architectural Glass Swansea 2000 Conference. 2000. Swansea. (Page 9).
  • Das Farbige Licht - The Coloured Light. 2000. Germany. (Page 5 - 6).
  • Looking Forward: New Views of the Craft Object. 2000. Toronto: Ontario Crafts Council. (Page 14 - 15, 19).

Articles featuring Sarah Hall[edit]

  • Mckenzie, Heidi. 2015.“Slice.” Studio. (Fall/Winter - Vol. 10, No. 2: page 8).
  • Wehlander, Keri K. 2015. "Die Sprache Des Lichts." Das Münster. (March - Vol. 28, No. 3: pages 15 –16).
  • Crosbie, Michael J. 2014. “Religious Art - Visual Arts Award: ‘Lux Gloria’ Cathedral of the Holy Family Saskatoon.” Faith & Form: The Interfaith Journal on Religion, Art and Architecture. (Vol. 47, No. 4: page 36).
  • Fines, David, ed. 2014.“Green Church: Cathedral Stained Glass Windows Generate Solar Power.” Ecumenism. (Spring Issue 189: cover feature, pages 7 – 8).
  • Hicks, Janet, ed. 2014. “Follow-up from Sarah Hall." Dialogue. (Spring Issue, Vol. 27, No. 3: page 16).
  • Porter, J.S. 2013. “Sarah Hall's Stained Glass ~ An Aesthetic & Ecological Marvel.” Dialogue. (Winter - Vol. 27, No. 2: cover feature, page 10).
  • McMillan, Greg. 2013. “The light of Glory - A world first: Cathedral's stained glass windows generate solar power.” Green Building & Sustainable Strategies. (Fall - Vol. 2, No. 3: pages 32 – 34).
  • McMillan, Greg. 2012. “Women in Green: Sarah Hall - Stained Glass Solar Artist.” Green Building & Sustainable Strategies. (Winter - Vol. 1, No. 5: pages 30 – 31).
  • “Harbourfront Centre is prepared to shine.” 2012. Toronto Focus. (Spring Issue 3: pages 12 – 13).
  • Flannery, Patrick. 2012. “No Compromise.” Glass Canada. (February - Vol. 24, No. 1: cover feature, pages 10 – 13).
  • Bosworth, Melissa. 2011. “Saskatoon Cathedral: Written in the Glass.” Photon. (July - Issue 7: pages 60 – 64).
  • Luengo, Anthony, ed. 2010. “Art at Massey: The Wisdom Windows.” MasseyNews - Life at Massey College. (October Issue 41: page 19).
  • Gasslein, Benadette, ed. 2010. Celebrate! (March/April - Vol. 49, No. 2: cover feature).
  • Schmölders, Dr. Wolfgang, ed. 2010. “The Wisdom Windows.” Glashaus. (February Issue: page 38).
  • Luengo, Anthony, ed. 2009. “Works in Progress: Wisdom Windows for the Upper Library.” MasseyNews - Life at Massey College. (October Issue 40: page 18).
  • Mays, John Bentley. 2009. “Christianity and the Arts.” St. Michael's: The University of St. Michael's College Alumni Magazine. (Fall - Vol. 48, No. 2: cover feature, pages 10 –14).
  • Crosbie Michael J. 2009. “Faith & Form Religious Arts Award: ‘I Will Bless You’ Triptych Union for Reform Judaism.” Faith & Form: The Interfaith Journal on Religion, Art and Architecture. (Vol 42, No. 4: page 21).
  • Fischer, Anne. 2009. “Art meets solar.” Photonics Spectra. (May - Vol. 43, No. 5: pages 41 – 42).
  • Pamburn, Louise, and Nancy Keyes, eds. 2009. Living with Christ. (April - Vol. 15, No. 4: cover feature).
  • Mays, John Bentley. 2008. “Innovating Tradition.” Studio. (Fall/Winter - Vol. 3, No. 2: pages 12 –15).
  • Kelley, Beth. 2008. “Optic Art.” Spie Professional. (April - Vol. 3, No. 2: page 42 - 43).
  • O'Brien, Peter. 2007. “Intervention - A Heavenly Light.” Interior Design. (December - Vol. 78, No. 15: page 243).
  • Waggoner, Shawn, ed. 2004. “Showcase.” Glass Art: The Magazine for the Art Glass Industry. (September/October - Vol. 19, No. 6: page 94).
  • Coffman, Peter. 2004. “Journeying to the Light: Sarah Hall’s Windows at St. Marguerite d’Youville.” Glass Art: The Magazine for the Art Glass Industry. (March/April - Vol. 19, No. 3: pages 56 – 60).
  • Coffman, Peter. 2004. “Journeying to the Light: Sarah Hall’s Windows at St. Marguerite d’Youville.” The Journal of Stained Glass America Issue. (Vol. 28: pages 128 - 132).
  • Coffman, Peter. 2004. “Sarah Hall - Mystical Light.” Glashaus. (February Issue: pages 10 –11).
  • Coffman, Peter. 2003. “Mystical Light: Ten Windows at St. John of the Cross.” Stained Glass. (Winter - Vol. 98, No. 4: pages 282 -285).
  • Coffman, Peter. 2001. “To Tell Stories at St. John Lutheran Church, Dublin, Ohio: Windows by Sarah Hall.” Stained Glass. (Summer - Vol. 96, No. 2: pages 122 - 127).
  • Coffman, Peter. 2001. “Faith and Space in 3 Dimensions.” Ministry & Liturgy. (May - Vol. 28, No .4: cover feature, pages 6 – 9).
  • Coffman, Peter. 2000. “Sarah Hall's The Color of Light: Commissioning Stained Glass for a Church.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (March/April - Vol. 15, No. 3: pages 22 – 26).
  • Coffman, Peter. 1998. “Making Space Sacred: A Stunning Set of Windows by Sarah Hall.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (November/December - Vol. 14, No. 1: cover feature, pages 4 – 7).
  • Gross, Richard E., ed. 1996. “Canada Feature.” Stained Glass. (Vol. 91, No. 1: page 27).

Articles by Sarah Hall[edit]

  • Hall, Sarah. 2015. “A Light that Shines in the Darkness.” Dialogue. (Spring - Vol. 28, No. 3: pages 15 – 16).
  • Hall, Sarah. 2014. “Creating a Partnership with the Sun.” Design Quarterly. (Summer - Vol. 15, No. 1: page 20).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 2005. “New Light from the Shadows: Berlin's Synagogue at Rykestrasse.” Glass Art: The Magazine for the Art Glass Industry. (January/February - Vol. 20, No. 2: pages 44 – 53).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 2001. “Variations on a Theme.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (November/December - Vol. 17, No. 1: cover feature, pages 6 – 10).
  • Hall, Sarah. 2001. “Wind's Eye Gallery: Featuring the Work of Mimi Gellman.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (November/December - Vol. 17, No. 1: pages 12 – 13).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 2001. “Light, Shadow and Mystery - Notre Dame du Haut à Ronchamp.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (September/October - Vol. 16, No. 6: pages 80 – 83).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 2001. “Swansea: Light Years Ahead.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (May/June - Vol. 16, No. 4: pages 56 – 62).
  • Hall, Sarah. 2001. “Wind's Eye Gallery: Featuring the Work of Sr. Nicole Oblinger.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (September/October - Vol. 16, No. 6: pages 84 – 85).
  • Hall, Sarah. 2001. “Wind's Eye Gallery: Featuring the Work of Mark Thompson, AOCA.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (March/April - Vol. 16, No. 3: pages 44 – 45).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 2001. “Norbert Sattler: Portrait of a Craftsman.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (March/April - Vol. 16, No. 3: pages 48 – 52).
  • Hall, Sarah. 2000. “Wind's Eye Gallery: Featuring the Work of Judith Ramazzini.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (November/December - Vol. 16, No. 1: pages 38 – 39).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 2000. “Wavelengths.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (November/December - Vol. 16, No. 1: pages 42 – 47).
  • Hall, Sarah. 2000. “Wind's Eye Gallery: Featuring the Work of Gordon Wright.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (September/October - Vol. 15, No. 6: pages 82 – 83).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 2000. “Qualities of Light.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (September/October - Vol. 15, No. 6: pages 86 – 90).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 2000. “Tracing the Line.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (July/August - Vol. 15, No. 5: pages 58 – 61).
  • Hall, Sarah. 2000. “Wind's Eye Gallery: Featuring the Work of Stephen Brathwaite.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (July/August - Vol. 15, No. 5: pages 60 – 63).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 2000. “The Devil's in the Details.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (May/June - Vol. 15, No. 4: pages 22 – 25).
  • Hall, Sarah. 2000. “Wind's Eye Gallery: Featuring the Art of Richard Mueller.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (May/June - Vol. 15, No. 4: pages 26 – 27).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 2000. “In Partnership with the Sun: The Life and Work of Yvonne Williams.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (March/April - Vol. 15, No. 3: pages 54 – 57).
  • Hall, Sarah. 2000. “Wind's Eye Gallery: Featuring the Work of Kenneth F. vonRoenn Jr.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (March/April - Vol. 15, No. 3: pages 58 – 59).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 2000. “Shining and Living: Karlheinz Oswald's Remarkable New Cathedral Window.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (January/February - Vol. 15, No. 2: pages 18 – 20).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 1999. “Illuminations from the River of Light.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (November/December - Vol. 15, No. 1: pages 36 – 40).
  • Hall, Sarah. 1999. “Wind's Eye Gallery: Featuring the Work of Lee Brady.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (November/December - Vol. 15, No. 1: pages 42 – 43).
  • Hall, Sarah. 1999. “Fire and Sand: A Pilgrimage to Glashütte Lamberts.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (September/October - Vol. 14, No. 6: pages 86 – 90).
  • Hall, Sarah. 1999. “Stained Glass Challenge.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (July/August - Vol. 14, No. 5: pages 10 – 14).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 1999. “Materializing Visions.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (May/June - Vol. 14, No. 4: pages 4 – 10).
  • Hall, Sarah. 1999. “Wind's Eye Gallery: Featuring the Work of Hella Santa-Rossa.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (May/June - Vol. 14, No. 4: pages 18 – 19).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 1999. “Image and Evolution: A Journey with Mary through a Millennium of Stained Glass.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (March/April - Vol. 14, No. 3: pages 22 – 28).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 1999. “The Care and Feeding of Committees.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (January/February - Vol. 14, No. 2: pages 46 – 49).
  • Hall, Sarah. 1999. “Wind's Eye Gallery: Featuring the Work of Robert Brown.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (January/February - Vol. 14, No. 2: pages 50 – 51).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 1998. “Material Matters.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (November/December: Vol. 14, No. 1: pages 40 – 42).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 1998. “Art at Work: Creating Corporate Commissions.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (September/October - Vol. 13, No. 6: pages 78 – 81).
  • Hall, Sarah. 1998. “Wind's Eye Gallery: Featuring the work of David Wilson.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (September/October - Vol. 13, No. 6: pages 82 – 83).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 1998. “Glassy Bones: Part 1” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (May/June - Vol. 13, No. 4: pages 14 – 16).
  • Hall, Sarah. 1998. “Wind's Eye Gallery: Featuring Works by Hubert Distler.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (May/June - Vol. 13, No. 4: pages 18 – 19).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 1998. “Special Effects.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (March/April - Vol. 13, No. 3: pages 4 – 7).
  • Hall, Sarah. 1998. “Wind's Eye Gallery: Featuring works by Ginger Smith and David Wilde.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (March/April - Vol. 13, No. 3: pages 10 – 11).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 1998. “The Big Picture.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (January/February - Vol. 13, No. 2: pages 46 – 49).
  • Hall, Sarah. 1998. “Wind's Eye Gallery: Featuring works by Michael Münzer.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (January/February - Vol. 13, No. 2: page 50).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Silke Force. 1997. “A Thousand Colors.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (November/December: Vol. 13, No. 1: pages 34 – 41, 45).
  • Hall, Sarah. 1997. “Wind's Eye Gallery: Featuring recent works of Claude Bettinger. Reflections on the work of creation.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (November/December - Vol. 13, No. 1: pages 42 – 43).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 1997. “Making it Right – Measuring and Installation.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (September/October - Vol. 12, No. 6: pages 66 – 68).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 1997. “Lighten up!” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (May/June - Vol. 12, No. 4: pages 46 – 47).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 1997. “In Depth/In Perspective.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (March/April - Vol. 12, No. 3: pages 54 – 59).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 1997. “Of Clear Glass, Without Color or Cross." Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (January/February - Vol. 12, No. 2: pages 38 – 44).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Peter Larisey, S.J. 1996. “The Art of Johannes Schreiter: Two Impressions.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (November/December - Vol. 12, No. 1: pages 40 – 44).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 1996. “Catching Rays.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (July/August - Vol. 11, No. 5: pages 42 – 47).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 1996. “Dialogue in Design: Creating Work for a Glass Tower.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (May/June - Vol. 11, No. 4: pages 4 – 6, 9).
  • Hall, Sarah, and Jeffrey Kraegel. 1996. “Commissions and Collaborations.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (March/April - Vol. 11, No. 3: pages 40 – 42).
  • Hall, Sarah. 1994. “A Sense of Community: Like Glass, Fragile Yet Durable.” Glass Art: The Magazine for Stained and Decorative Glass. (May/June - Vol. 9, No. 4: pages 34 – 35).
  • Hall, Sarah. 1982 “Portcon Canada /82.” The Leadline. (Vol. 7, No. 4: page 7).
  • Hall, Sarah. 1982 “The Glazier’s Draft.” The Leadline. (Vol. 7, No. 4: pages 8 – 9).
  • Hall, Sarah. 1982 “Teaching at Waldorf.” The Leadline. (Vol. 7, No. 4: pages 12 – 13).
  • Hall, Sarah. 1978. “Art Or Anti-Art? The Development of The Stained Glass Trade Studio.” Canada Crafts. (November - Vol. 4, No. 1: pages 8 – 11).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About Sarah Hall". sarahhallstudio.com. Retrieved 29 December 2010. 
  2. ^ "Members since 1880". Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. Archived from the original on 26 May 2011. Retrieved 11 September 2013. 
  3. ^ "Publications by Sarah Hall". sarahhallstudio.com. Retrieved 14 January 2016. 

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