are examples of paintings on silk which were created for specific installations
or which were purchased for public or liturgical spaces. The largest
1999 pieces were a second commission by Princeton University Chapel
for two 25-foot paintings on silk. Installation exhibits include the
Cathedral of St. John the Divine Boniface Chapel Gallery, and the Interchurch
Center of New York. Architectural motifs, the use of the space, and
personal expression are taken into consideration when creating an installation.