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  • First Presbyterian; LaGrange, GA
    Mahogany altar with hand-carved emblems of the Apostles.
  • First Presbyterian; LaGrange, GA
    Detail of the LaGrange altar showing the emblems for St. Matthew and St. Simon. Altar detail:
    The emblems here are those of St. Matthew [moneybags, referring to his life as a tax collector] and of St. Simon [a fish on a book, referring to his reputation as a “fisher of men” through his power to speak the Gospel].
  • Church of St. Therese; Wilson, NC
    Mahogany altar. Designed by us;
    the leg detail uses a modified form of a profile developed by the English furniture designer Thomas Chippendale.
  • Goodson Chapel, Duke Divinity School, Duke University; Durham, NC
    Quarter-Sawn white oak altar. Designed by us;
    quarter-sawn white oak;
    the liturgical mystical expression “Alleluia” is hand-carved;
    during Lent, the altar is turned to show the reverse side upon which is carved “I Thirst,” a reference to John 19:28;
    we are pleased that Goodson Chapel won a religious art award from the American Institute of Architects’ Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art and Architecture.
  • Mt. Vernon Place United Methodist Church; Washington, DC
    Walnut altar