Highland Dancers Cupula Window

The cupola window is situated above the old stone staircase that leads up to the former gallery in what was once Cowcaddens Church, McPhater Street -  now Glasgow's  National Piping Centre. The doomed window consists of dozens of swirling Highland dancers from the perspective of looking down on a gathering from a balcony. The nature of the figures is quite difficult to discern until you spot  one image with flying arms and kilt in the lower middle section that gives the game  away. (Designed by John K Clark, 1997) See the Centre's website.

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