Hello, hello. If you are visiting from yarnstorm press, you are very welcome. And here to greet you is one of Hugh Easton's beautiful angels with one of his favourite devices: a strategically chosen and placed symbol.
As I said, I'm in the process of working out my reactions to these windows. Did the congregation know they would be getting playboys of the Western world, so to speak, with night-club gear (top) and 'because I'm worth it' hair?
Did they not question the suitability of Hugh Easton's Technicolor/Hollywood work for old, often medieval buildings and windows with Gothic delicacy and tracery?
Or did they just like the colours, the bodies, the fantasy of film star/male model/angelic masculinity?
Because this is quite some line-up facing you in the east window,
(There are four more windows by Hugh Easton in the church, each of which illustrates different aspects of his quite unique design style.)