FOUR343 - Designs of labyrinth-gardens
Fig. 343 - Designs of labyrinth-gardens in the seventeenth century in D. Loris' book 'Le Thresor Des Parterres De L'Univers' (Geneva, 1629). Loris worked as a court physician in Montbeliard (France). KERN, Hermann (1982). Labyrinthe: Erscheinungsformen und Deutungen; 5000 Jahre Gegenwart eines Urbilds. Prestel-Verlag. ISBN 3-7913-0614-6 --- Fig. 343 - Some designs of labyrinth-gardens in the seventeenth century as given in part three of Daniel Loris' book 'Le Thresor Des Parterres De…
The Canterbury Labyrinth, University of Kent. Frosty Dawn, Canterbury Cathedral.
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Labyrinths in Ireland
Labyrinthos - the Labyrinths & Mazes Resource Centre, Photo Library & Archive. Publishers of Caerdroia: the Journal of Mazes & Labyrinths - founded 1980, published annually.
Labyrinth Arts Projects
This is a 40-page pdf instant download of different art projects with labyrinths including painting projects, finger labyrinths, canvas labyrinths and more. Also included are original labyrinth designs: ocean labyrinth, butterfly labyrinth, heart labyrinth, 4-leaf clover labyrinth and how to design your own.
The Path to Love
"The Path to Love" is a 4 circuit labyrinth sculpture that resembles carved plaster. All of the quotes in this piece pertain to the path we follow that leads us to the heart or to love. It measures 9 inches in diameter & 1.25 inches in height. The foundation of this piece is a styrofoam disc with a built-up path made of air dry clay. The foundation was then paper mached for durability & to make the surface resemble plaster. It is painted with, white acrylic paint with antique gold peeking…