The original 14 panels of The Stations of the Cross were made in 1982-3 for an exhibition at the Tucson Museum of Art. Each 32” X 24” Station is made of two sheets of glass. All surfaces except for the topmost are sandblasted. The Stations are dense and murky—their reflective top surfaces pull the viewer’s image into each piece. The narrative touches upon love, faith and existential questioning. In 1996 several Stations were redesigned. Later, as individual panels were sold, they too were replaced with newly designed ones. The Stations are ongoing—they have no beginning or end.