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An artistic legacy

Alison Robertson pays tribute to the life of a renowned stained glass artist.
Biggar Kirk Extract from ‘A Time to be Born’, The Rae Memorial window.
Photo Alison Koehler

STAFF in the office of the Committee on Artistic Matters of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh, always enjoyed the days when Crear McCartney would arrive with a cartoon proposal for a new stained glass window in a Church of Scotland sanctuary.

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About Life and Work

Inside this month’s issue we have an unexpected Easter Feast, Jolyon Mitchell considers the impact and influence of art in telling the story of Emmaus and opening eyes. Tim Porter highlights the work of the Halo Trust, a charity involved in a key project to improve access to the site of Jesus' baptism.