Something a little different, my dad's work features in the Winter 2008 issue of Art News New Zealand by Rob Garrett, who has a copy of the article on his web site. Dad designed eight stained glass windows for Westlake Boys High School in Auckland, New Zealand.
Rob Garrett describes them thus:
The challenge when designing stained glass windows as a commemoration of 50 years of a high school is tough, no matter how open the brief. There is no unifying faith; no character-driven narrative; and no beginning, middle and end in the dramatic sense. There is only bewildering complexity; layer upon layer of possibility. [Dugald] Page has tackled this complexity head on by establishing unifying strands that weave through all eight panels: prismatic colour, seasonal change and the metaphor of metamorphosis. Stitched into these strands is a palimpsest of iconic symbols of science and technology, sport, the Pacific, discovery, historic events, literature and the arts.They are gorgeous to look at (the picture below shows them before they were mounted in the school hall).