Stained glass artist Patrick Clark, a Richland native, stands near the second window installation he did for Tri-Cities Prep that represents the Catholic Sacraments. He first was invited 16 years ago to work with the Pasco school and its students on what’s become known as “The Unity Window.” He’s returned to the Tri-Cities to be interviewed for a book on the private school’s history.
Stained glass artist Patrick Clark, a Richland native, stands near the second window installation he did for Tri-Cities Prep that represents the Catholic Sacraments. He first was invited 16 years ago to work with the Pasco school and its students on what’s become known as “The Unity Window.” He’s returned to the Tri-Cities to be interviewed for a book on the private school’s history. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Stained glass artist Patrick Clark, a Richland native, stands near the second window installation he did for Tri-Cities Prep that represents the Catholic Sacraments. He first was invited 16 years ago to work with the Pasco school and its students on what’s become known as “The Unity Window.” He’s returned to the Tri-Cities to be interviewed for a book on the private school’s history. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Richland native’s stained glass windows at Tri-Cities Prep are a 'circle of life' project

September 25, 2016 07:39 PM

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