THE FOURTEEN STATIONS OF THE CROSS ON CERAMIC TILE
by Donald S. Castro

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The Fourteen Stations of the Cross can be purchased in several different sizes on ceramic tile for indoor or outdoor use. Individual Stations may be ordered without ordering the entire set of fourteen. For example, Station No. 12, “The Crucifixion” or Station No. 13, “The Pieta” may be desirable as a stand alone grotto. Examples of custom cedar enclosures for an outdoor meditation garden or frames for indoor use can be provided for each Station as shown below. Pricing will only include the enclosures or frames with tiles. The mounting posts or frame installations are not included.

Fourteen Stations of the Cross. The Fourteen Stations of the Cross
 

The outdoor Fourteen Stations of the Cross shown above are typical examples of a set of enclosures with 12” x 12” tiles currently installed in the Meditation Garden at St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church in Naperville, Illinois. Tile sizes range from 4 1/4” to 12” square and 6” x 8” to 8” x 10” rectangular. Below are examples of custom frames for the “Stations”.

A new feature to the outdoor “Stations of the Cross” is the addition of doors with or without stain glass design tile panels mounted to the inside. Magnetic latches keep the doors open or closed. Also a fifteenth Station,“The Resurrection”, is now available.

outdoor Fourteen Stations

 
One of the Fourteen Stations of the Cross
Number two of the Fourteen Stations of the Cross.
Another example of the Fourteen Stations of the Cross.  

The style frame above on the left was commissioned by the Franciscan Sisters of Chicago for the “Stations of the Cross” in the chapel at “George Davis Manor” in West Lafayette, Indiana. The center frame style was also commissioned by the Franciscan Sisters for their chapel in “The Clare at Water Tower” in Chicago. The style on the right has the look of a stain glass frame which is printed on the tile. Below are new additions to the family of image options for the Fourteen Stations of the Cross. On the left is the 6” Dia. circular design and on the right is arch frame design.

Close up of the Fourteen Stations of the Cross. Number five of the Fourteen Stations of the Cross.

PRICING FOR CUSTOM DESIGNED FRAMES AND ENCLOSURES WITH CERAMIC TILES FOR INDOOR OR OUTDOOR USE WILL VARY DUE TO THE MANY TILE SIZE OPTIONS. PLEASE CONTACT US TO DISCUSS YOUR CHOICES FOR WHICH WE CAN PROVIDE THE PRICING INFORMATION.

 


AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO TILES, " Fourteen Stations of the Cross" ARE ALSO AVAILABLE ON INDIVIDUALLY FRAMED MUSEUM QUALITY GICLEE' CANVAS OR PAPER PRINTS FOR INDOOR USE. CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION REGARDING SIZES AND PRICING.

Fourteen Stations of the Cross meditation garden.

 

Outdoor Fourteen Stations of the Cross 14

Stations of the Cross are also available on aon Ceramic Tile on Wood Cross:

Stations of the Cross are also available on aon Ceramic Tile

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