Art by Adam Williamson
Adam employs his wood and stone working skills to design and build unique geometric shapes and patterns which tessellate and multiply into perfectly balanced structures, these concepts embraces the universal principals of nature and the application champions high craftsmanship and minimal design.
Adam exhibits his sculptures widely and is commissioned for site specific pieces.
The medieval Collegiate Church of Our Lady of Mantes, is a large and historically important Catholic church constructed between c.1155 and 1350 in the small town of Mantes-la-Jolie, about 30 miles west of Paris. Although not a cathedral it was built on a cathedral-like scale. Its grandeur, its quirky design and its strong associations with the Capetian dynasty make the church particularly interesting to architectural historians.
Photos by John.
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This handmade quilt was stolen from my grandmothers home today (near Chico, California). She collected the fabric from all over the world and stitched countless hours.
She planned to be buried in this masterpiece. Please keep an eye out on eBay etc. Queen size.
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