“It gives you more of a feeling that you’re walking into a church,” said Cornacchia, a Chadds Ford, Pa., resident, as he looked up at the murals painted above the entryway.
The murals, which feature bunches of grapes, are Grace Houseman’s favorite pieces of artwork.
“I think it’s gorgeous and it feels like going to Italy,” said the 33-year-old St. Cornelius parishioner from Glen Mills, Pa."
quoted from a recent article in the Community News, written by Adam Zewe.
Put some faces to some names, internet buddies mostly at the Open House tonight at the church. What a great turnout. The furthest from home was Hakan Engstrom, from Sweden. Natch he came all that way just to see this ;)
Really, a lot of folks are in town for the Faux Event 2007 at Valley Forge.
The image is so lifelike that viewers wonder if it was projected on the wall and copied, the monsignor says. It was not. Artists Kim Senior and Cindy Hernder created it freehand. "
From an article in the Wilmington Newspaper and online, that mentions the Chadds Ford church project with which I have been involved for several months.