This is my entry for the weekly photo challenge from Lines to Patterns.
First debuting at the Art Institute in 1977 and made forever famous less than ten years later by an appearance in the film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, the “Chagall Windows,” as they are more popularly known, hold a special place in the hearts of Chicagoans.
Stained glass is truly an expressive way of exploring how lines can be effectively turned into patterns. Have you ever tried staining glass or any other medium of art where simple lines can lead you to rich patterns?
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Enjoy your week!