BYU Grad Creates Stained-Glass Windows For Temples Around The World

Patrons await an LDS temple dedication by tracking its outdoor construction process. What the public doesn’t see is the intricate workings of the interior walls.

Hannah Bradford, however, gets a firsthand look at the beauty inside the construction sites. She creates the stained-glass windows that grace the interior and exterior of temples worldwide.

Bradford, an artist at Holdman Studio at Thanksgiving Point, has worked on windows for temples in Gilbert, Arizona; Payson, Utah; Cordoba, Argentina; Rome, Italy; Sapporo, Japan and Paris, France.

Each temple and its glasswork is different in style and size.

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