Mary Quite Contrary
Mary Quite Contrary....a view of my heaven, my inspiration for current projects and future installations. Recycled arts, painting, sustainable architecture, fiber, digital and contemporary art along with classic painting and ancient artifacts. Anthropological and various religions views and spiritually uplifting quotes. Vintage, traditional folk arts and did i mention traveling caravans and tree houses?
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Sagrada Familia Ceiling (by Thorsten Scheuermann)
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Courtyard of Casa Milà. Barcelona.
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The Casa Batlló, already built in 1877, was remodeled in the locally Barcelona manifestation of Art Nouveau, modernisme, by Antoni Gaudí and Josep Maria Jujol in 1904–1906
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Casa Batlló by Gaudí
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 interior of Casa Batllo designed by Antonio Gaudi in Spain
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facade of Antonio Gaudi’s Casa Batllo, Spain
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Spain - Barcelona - Sagrada Familia under construction (by Darrell Godliman)
Spain  - Barcelona - Sagrada Familia under construction
Moving on to one of Barcelonas ‘must  see’ attractions, this is Gaudis Sagrada Familia as seen from the roof  of La Pedrera (with a 300mm lense). I first visited ten years ago but  only now is the sheer brilliance (and enormous scale) of the design  becoming fully apparent.
From  Wikipedia : “The Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família (official  Catalan name; Spanish: Templo Expiatorio de la Sagrada Familia;  “Expiatory Temple of the Holy Family”), often simply called the Sagrada  Família, is a massive, privately-funded Roman Catholic church that has  been under construction in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain since 1882 and is  not expected to be complete until at least 2026. A portion of the  building’s interior is scheduled to open for public worship and tours by  September of 2010.
Considered  the master-work of renowned Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí (1852–1926),  the project’s vast scale and idiosyncratic design have made it one of  Barcelona’s (and Spain’s) top tourist attractions for many years.”
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Remember by Omeaunel
The Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain
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A window of Casa Batlló, Barcelona, Spain© mistca
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Parc Güell, Barcelona, Spain