Loch lomond PLQ2 Plaque
The picturesque Luss Parish Church, built in 1875 on the banks of Loch Lomond, has beautiful stained-glass windows and a uniquely timbered roof. As you first enter this quiet and sacred space, a series of tall stained-glass windows welcome you, filled with white grapes, vines, pale golden roses, foxgloves and lilies. As you make your way down the central aisle, you will be greeted with a magnificent stained-glass window with a heraldic coat of arms and the Loch Lomond below. The words ‘I TO THE HILLS WILL LIFT MINE EYES’ is written in gold writing, while below the pale blue waters of the loch are framed by a backdrop of green mountains, and two dark pine trees, one in either side of the water.
Combining her memory of this stained-glass window, together with her visit to Luss Pier and its wooden boathouse, designer Emma Bossons created her own homage to Luss and Loch Lomond. Just as Luss Parish Church’s stained-glass artists, almost 150 years before her, had been inspired by the natural landscape, so too was Emma, enabling a new generation to appreciate the beauty of this special place.
- Designer: Emma Bossons
- Dimensions: H 24.50 x W 34.50 x D 2.50 cm
- Availability: In Stock
- Product Width34.50cm
- Product Height24.50cm
- Product Depth2.50cm
- Designer:Emma Bossons
- Design Window (Style):Geometric & Stylised / Landscape