MATTHEW ALDERMAN is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame’s distinguished classical design
program and a noted expert and frequent speaker on traditional liturgical planning,
church furnishing design and sacred art. Recently, he completed designs for
an extensive range of furnishings, including a forty-foot-tall altarpiece,
for the historic restored Catholic proto-cathedral of Vladivostok, Russia.
He is the illustrator of the Liturgical Training Publications edition of the
new English-language Roman Missal and is also serving as a classical design
consultant for the proposed St. Paul University Catholic Center in Madison,
Wisconsin, with RDG Design and Planning as the architect of record. His designs,
writing and original illustrations have been featured in such publications
as Sacred Architecture, First Things, Antiphon: A Journal of Liturgical Renewal,
The Living Church, and many others, while his original illustrations are in
collections from California to Austria.
Gallery: Listers, to view the images simply click the thumbnail to enlarge and click the right side of the graphic to scroll through. The description of each design can be found at the bottom of the viewer. However, there are a view items of note. The stained-glass panel of St. Cecilia was produced by Lightworks Stained Glass, Lancashire, England off an original design by Matthew Alderman. The depictions of Our Lady, St. Luke, and Christ Pantocrator were created for the Harper Collins UK pew editions of the Sunday and Weekday Missals, Third Edition. The images of St. Peter and the Assumption were created for the altar edition of the Roman Missal, Third Edition by Liturgy Training Publications, Chicago.
Store: Like what you see? Matthew Alderman Studios has an online store. You can order prints, letters and even iPhone cases with these designs and more. Please visit: Matthew Alderman Studios Store.