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Emil Frei advises on Chapel Renovation & Creates New Stained Glass at St. John Vianney High School

Nicholas Frei, Aaron Frei, Stephen Frei, and artist John Wheadon advised on the renovation of St. John Vianney High School, Kirkwood, MO.  An effort was made to preserve the character of the chapel created by the late Br. Mel Meyer S.M., while updating the space to meet current needs.

Also, John Wheadon designed five new windows for two separate entryway and existing windows in the newly created narthex were reconfigured for the renovation.

All work was donated by Nicholas, Aaron, & Stephen.

To read more about this project see the article from the St. Louis Review linked below.

St. Louis Review Article

“A Tour of Jefferson Barracks’ Modernist Chapel” – an article in St. Louis Magazine features Emil Frei Stained Glass

An excellent article was just published by St. Louis Magazine describing the chapel and newly proposed designs for a feature piece by Emil Frei & Associates. To read the article penned by Chris Naffziger, click here.

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Pensacola’s Downtown Crowd Publishes Article Featuring Studio Artist John Wheadon

The article by Dawn Gresko titled “The Soul of St. Michael’s” in the September 2016 issue of Pensacola’s Downtown Crowd Magazine featured work done by Emil Frei on Pensacola’s Basilica of St. Michael.  Artist John Wheadon was interviewed about both the nine new stained glass windows installed into the church and the restoration of the original stained glass.   To read the article clink on the link below and turn to page 11.

September 2016 Downtown Crowd

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Ave Maria Chapel at Good Shepherd Children & Family Services is Dedicated

The Ave Maria Chapel at Good Shepherd Children & Family Services was dedicated with great adulation on Wednesday, January 13th.  Archbishop Robert Carlson lead the ceremony.    Windows and frames were designed by John Wheadon, an artist for Emil Frei Stained Glass.  To see more photos of the chapel including the stained glass and the dedication check out Good Shepherd’s Facebook page by clicking on the link below.

Chapel Dedication Photos

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Image Courtesy of Good Shepherd Children & Family Services

New Mosaic & Stained Glass Installed at SSM St. Mary’s Hospital

 

Emil Frei & Associates recently installed a mosaic designed by artist William Frank into the entrance of SSM St. Mary’s Hospital in Jefferson City, MO along with a series of stained glass windows in the hospital chapel.  The mosaic and windows are a great success and very well received!

 

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Hospital Chapel Renovation in Oklahoma City, OK

Emil Frei & Associates part in the restoration of windows for St. Anthony’s Hospital Chapel renovation in Oklahoma City is recognized.  See blurb and photograph in “Saints News” at the following link.

Click here to see article.

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“Windows of faith” article features new windows by Emil Frei & Associates in Oklahoma

By Shana Adkisson

Reprinted from August 19, 2012 in The Norman Transcript

NORMAN — When Father Thomas J. Boyer looks at the stained-glass windows recently installed at Saint Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church, he admits it’s hard to look away.

Earlier last week, William Frank and Aaron Frei, associates from Emil Frei Associates of St. Louis, Mo., were at the church to install the windows.

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Mosaic Artwork for Holy Redeemer aims to evangelize, inspire

By Joseph Kenny

Katie McCullough, left, and John Wheadon from Emil Frei Stained Glass worked recently on a mosaic for Holy Redeemer Church in Webster Groves. (Photo by Jerry Naunheim Jr.)

Katie McCullough, left, and John Wheadon from Emil Frei Stained Glass worked recently on a mosaic for Holy Redeemer Church in Webster Groves. (Photo by Jerry Naunheim Jr.)

They really do whistle while they work at Emil Frei Stained Glass in Kirkwood.

And there’s a lot of happy chirping about one of their latest projects, an art form that is rarely seen developed nowadays — mosaics to cover a wall behind a side altar at Holy Redeemer Church in Webster Groves.

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