Seaham Hall Hotel
Woolbeding House, Sussex
Salisbury Cathedral Font
(Water Pavilion) Norway
A vortex in a dish
at Clinton Lodge, Sussex
in Muscat, Oman
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William Pye: his work and his words
This book covers the whole of his creative career, from childhood to the Royal College of Art in the mid sixties, his post-student days up to the early eighties, and his work post-1984, up to the present, with water as an integral and essential element of his sculptures.
Works for sale
Sibirica Minor in Salisbury Cathedral
2005 was the fourth year that I had installed a piece in Salisbury Cathedral and Sibirica Minor II was on loan there from Easter 2005 until Pentecost 2006. During this time the water sculpture became a font and was used for the first time for this purpose at the Easter Dawn Liturgy for three baptisms. The design of the base was conceived with the Cathedral in mind, its cruciform shape marking the intersection at the North Crossing within the nave.