Windows Into Heaven, an exhibition of original sacred art by local Catholic liturgical artists, is running through Saturday at the John Paul II Pastoral Centre in Vancouver.
The Epiphany Sacred Arts Guild 15th Anniversary Juried Exhibition, which opened Oct. 12 with a Gregorian chant choir and a blessing by Archbishop Miller, features everything from mosaics, icons, wood carvings, and egg tempera paintings, to calligraphy, illuminations, old master drawings, stained glass, and vestments.
The free exhibit can be viewed all week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Windows Into Heaven ends with a concert of sacred choral music directed by Alex McCune at 2 p.m. Saturday. Tickets for the closing event, which includes refreshments, are available on Eventbrite for $25.
See the B.C. Catholic’s coverage of the event: Sacred artists, musicians putting beauty back in churches.
The John Paul II Pastoral Centre is at 4885 Saint John Paul II Way (just off 33rd Avenue between Oak and Cambie).