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CONSERVATION OF ENERGY
and
THE SUN TOUCHES ALL

A series of stained glass windows by Karl Unnasch for John Marshall High School 
in Rochester, Minnesota

- 2010 and 2011 -

Conservation of Energy - stained glass window bay at John Marshall HS, Rochester, MN



Conservation of Energy 

Made possible by a FORECAST public arts grant, this 2010 project at John Marshall High School in Rochester, Minn. not only helped to beautify the hallways but also involved the student body in its making, teaching them the ins and outs of creating stained glass.



Foreground and background photos by Cat Thisius



The Sun Touches All - stained glass window bay at John Marshall HS, Rochester, MN




The Sun Touches All

The second phase of the John Marshall High School project saw the creation of this work in a separate window bay the following year.



Foreground and background photos by Cat Thisius




Video:

"In collaboration with John Marshall High School in Rochester, Minn., Karl Unnasch taught students how to increase their understanding of stained glass art and its process." 
(On Vimeo, by Forecast Public Art. - March 9, 2011 - Approx. 4 minutes)

Conservation of Energy - stained glass window bay at John Marshall HS, Rochester, MN

Articles & Press:  

· Artful Outlook, Post-Bulletin, Rochester, Minn., Matt Russell, October 29, 2010








Foreground and background photos by Cat Thisius

Conservation of Energy - stained glass window bay at John Marshall HS, Rochester, MN



Special thanks go out to: 

· Forecast Public Art
· John Marshall High School
· Eric Decker
· Jan Suter
· Cat Thisius and CATS Photography







Foreground photo by Cat Thisius
Background photo by Eric Decker