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A view of Craftsmanship

Built in 1885, the Saint Charles Catholic Church in Bellow Falls VT has stood as a Sentinel for decades.  Sitting on one of the highest points, it’s watchful eye – a stained glass masterpiece – has seen all seasons unshielded.  And so, time weathering the strongest of sentries, it’s glass started to crumble as its wooden frame cracked and rotted.  Through the historic reconstruction that ensued – the rebuilding of the great frame, the restoring of the stained glass – we are given a view into immense Craftsmanship of Bensonwood Homes and Associated Crafts / Willet Hauser.

This video was produced/shot/edited by Heather Holloway and is a production of Mill Hollow Works, LLC.

 

2 thoughts on “A view of Craftsmanship”
  1. JAMES WASKLEWICZ July 18, 2017 on 8:30 pm Reply

    THANK YOU ALL FOR SHARING THE …”STAINED GLASS WINDOW PROJECT” …!!! THE VIDEO IS REALLY A QUICK HISTORY OF THE PROJECT AND A GREAT ONE AT THAT ! THE USE OF “BENSONWOOD” IS REALLY A GREAT USE OF ONE OF THE BEST AND MOST UNIQUE WOOD BUILDERS AND FABRICATORS IN THE WORLD …RIGHT HERE IN OUR OWN BACK YARD … NOTHING IN THE WORLD IS MORE REWARDING THAN …”BEAUTIFUL WOOD AND BEAUTIFUL GLASS” COMING TOGETHER TO MAKE THAT STATEMENT OF BEAUTY !!!! THANK YOU ALL … JIM W

    • Heather Holloway July 19, 2017 on 7:41 am Reply

      Thank you Jim, for your comment. I’m so happy you like the video. It was a fantastic project to be a part of and I was so excited for the opportunity to document it. Heather

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