User:Bryancpark

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Bryancpark User:Bryancpark/toolbox · User:Bryancpark/sandbox
I am a metalsmith, sculptor, artist, and educator.

As an artist, I am interested in geography, particularly location, sense of place, and cartography, which are ways of understanding where one is. In addition to those topics, I am interested in the middle ages, specifically gothic art, medieval Italy, communalism, and Cistercian architecture.

You can visit my website at: Bryan Park


Current Project[edit]

Working on templates and internal restructuring for WikiProject Metalworking.
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hammer and anvil This user is a member of WikiProject Metalworking.
lindisfarne This user is a member of the
Middle Ages WikiProject.
khamsa This user is a member of the
Visual Arts WikiProject.
clock Because of real life, this user will be editing on and off.
en This user is a native speaker of English.
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Good Intentions[edit]

Some of the articles I plan to work on are:

Contributions[edit]

Awards[edit]

The Template Barnstar Thanks for all your hard work in creating a new metalworking template and converting all of the articles over!
Wizard191, 20 July 2009



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