J. Kenneth Leap has created grand public art in stained glass around the world. In his home state of New Jersey, you’ll find his work at the State Capitol in Trenton, Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, and at transit centers, hospitals and other public spaces. He employs techniques used in the great Medieval cathedrals, and digital printing on glass. He’s also a mural painter, civic arts leader, and an organizer of labyrinth walks. We meet the artist at the renowned glass Center, Wheaton Arts, in Millville, NJ, and in his hometown of Runnemede, NJ. Eric G. Schultz produced and directed this feature for State of the Arts. Joe Conlon was the director of photography and Dan Gordon narrates.