Lee Coate from The Crossing in Las Vegas, NV brings us this ancient/future look, mixing truss and stained glass.
They created the stain glass from sheets of plexiglass. Their volunteers took different sized sheets of plexiglass and turned them into stained glass.
- The glass look was laid out using thin gaff tape.
- Colored cellophone (purchased online in bulk) was then cut to fit the design. Gaff tape was used to tape this down which also created a thicker edge to each different color of “glass”.
- The stained glass was mounted onto 16′ truss standards. White foam core was hung on the back side of the truss to create a light box.
- Lighting was simple LED par cans.
They built smaller versions that they placed behind their main speaker/worship leader center stage.
The coolest thing is that the colored lights actually turned the various colors of stained glass into different shades of blues, red, etc.