Cathedra: Stone, Glass, Geometric Art Series

Cathedral Six: An abstract geometric artwork resembling stone and glass from a cathedral structure

Cathedra: A geometric artwork series, featuring works resembling stone and glass from a cathedral structure. Inspired by past glories such as the Cathedrals of Britain and France, this series contemplates the modern expression of Christian influence in architecture, if it were represented in today’s “enlightened” society.

Cathedra: Reference

A Cathedra is a bishop’s throne, a bishop being a Christian clergyman of high authority. Cathedral belong inside Cathedrals and in Great Britain, for a settlement to be considered a City, it must have a Cathedral in it.

The word Cathedra comes from the latin word for Armchair. It was adopted by bishops after the 4th Century.


The architecture of Cathedrals is always inspiring. Such beauty and detail crafted centuries ago (in many cases) shows what man is capable of when determined and in possession of a will to create.

Cathedra is an abstract, geometric artwork series created by Designer Don and released on the web for preview on 21st March 2021. For info on how to purchase prints, merchandise or to use in your own projects, please contact us.

Cathedra on the web:

Cathedral – Wikipedia

A cathedral is a church that contains the cathedra (Latin for ‘seat’) of a bishop, thus serving as the central church of a diocese, conference, or episcopate. Churches with the function of “cathedral” are usually specific to those Christian denominations with an episcopal hierarchy, such as the Catholic, Anglican, Eastern Orthodox, and some Lutheran churches. Church buildings embodying the functions of a cathedral first appeared in Italy, Gaul, Spain, and North Africa in the 4th century, but cathedrals did not become univ…

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What is a Cathedral?
[1250–1300; Middle English < Late Latin cathedrālis (ecclesia) a cathedral (church). cathedral. A Christian church which is also the seat of a bishop and hence the center of a diocese.

Cathedra – definition of cathedra by The Free Dictionary

Define cathedracathedra synonyms, cathedra pronunciation, cathedra translation, English dictionary definition of cathedra. n. pl. ca·the·drae 1. A bishop’s official chair or throne. 2. The office or see of a bishop. 3. The official chair of an office or a position, as of a…

Cathedra | Definition of Cathedra by Merriam-Webster

Cathedra definition is – a bishop’s official throne. Recent Examples on the Web Biden, who stayed overnight at Blair House, a building across Pennsylvania Avenue from the White House, road briefly in a motorcade to the cathedra along a route guarded by hundreds of National Guard troops. — Joey Garrison, USA TODAY, “Joe Biden attends Mass at Cathedral of St. Matthew, site of JFK funeral and …


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