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Mary Myers, left, and Teresa Karjalainen inspect the work on a stained glass window at Myers' studio. The two stained-glass artists are creating centerpieces for the All Faiths Meditation Room next to the new chapel at St. Joseph's Hospital.
Myers has been an artist for more than 40 years. Her hands created the windows for the old St. Joseph's chapel, and she was commissioned for new work in a recently built spiritual center.
Mary Myers wondered if she would be able to pass on her knowledge of the art of stained glass. Then she met Teresa Karjalainen.
After 40 years of creating colorful stained-glass windows, Mary Myers' career has come full circle.
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