By Allison Agsten
Feb 1, 2022

“If you stand in here long enough, you can hear the glass shift,” says David Judson, as he pauses in a storage room filled with hundreds of hues of colored-glass sheets at his studio’s historic Highland Park headquarters. That glass will eventually be transformed into installations for churches, monasteries, mausoleums, and even contemporary art pieces.

As the proprietor of Judson Studios, the oldest family-run stained-glass company in the United States, Judson is ushering his family business into a new era, not only for the company, but for stained glass. Since its founding in 1897, most of the studio’s commissions have come from religious institutions, but these days artist collaborations are becoming increasingly common and increasingly complex.”


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