Lynchburg Stained Glass worked with the Church of the Incarnation for a period of seven years between 2012 and 2019. The project started with an enormous rose window, measuring 11 feet in diameter, featuring the Holy Spirit Dove surrounded by various flowers representing attributes of the Virgin Mary.
In 2014, LSG installed the twelve lower nave windows, which depicted the twelve apostles. These were followed in 2019 by the transept arrangements, each containing three windows. The first set focused on the Sacred Heart of Jesus, which was flanked by the Transfiguration and Ascension. The second set focused on the Immaculate Heart of Mary, flanked by the the Assumption and Coronation.
These windows feature a traditional design style, which includes fine filigree tracery, deep colors to diffuse the strong sunlight of New Mexico, and rich details within figures and symbolism. This design approach perfectly compliments the beautiful interior of the Church of the Incarnation, nestled within the suburbs of Albuquerque.