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Andrew Kosorok is a professional stained glass designer, consultant, and restoration specialist, and teaches sculpture, stained glass, and drawing.  He is an ordained interfaith minister, has received degrees in sculpture from Brigham Young University, and has studied philosophy, comparative religions, hermeticism, alchemy, and the Western mystery traditions.  His stained glass work is in numerous homes and churches, and his sculptural work has been in several state, national, and international art competitions.  The study of art and art production is the means by which he explores his educational pursuits in the belief that through examining the act of creation, one’s relationship with the Divine can be strengthened.  His style is a product of the fusion of his various interests, to build objects as records of the ongoing journey of learning, and to share the continuing process.