Center window in group of five. This window is 6’ x 6’ x ½”. The group is 32' across and 6' high. Mouthblown stained glass with silkscreened and fired imagery, and sandblasting.
The theme is prehistory and natural history of the area. The imagery includes: map of Pangea with Brunswick on the edge of where the continents broke apart, Moroccan tile patterns (Maine was attached to today's Morocco), Abenaki double curve motifs, map symbols for glaciers, foraminifera fossils (found in local soils indicating that the area used to be sub-oceanic), leaves from local trees.