BW Professor Duo Recognized for Their Home

February 11, 2016

Professors Roberta and David Williamson have spent 50 years together. In this time they have used their collective artistic vision to construct jewelry, sculpture and various creative pieces. Recently, their ranch style home was featured in American Craft Magazine for their efforts in “methodically transforming the interior and gardens into equal parts sanctuary and laboratory for exploring the careful compositions that characterize their art.”

The Williamsons have worked steadily for 33 years to make their home uniquely their own. Their space is created from their own artwork, assorted objects and other artists’ work that they’ve collected over time. The home is decorated in a menagerie of portraits, plants, ceramics and metals that somehow blend perfectly. It may seem that objects so meticulously placed would not move, but the couple is constantly adapting their space. David Williamson is not afraid of changing the home he lives in, “we know things are always in transition” and understands the importance of innovation.

This is not the first time the couple has been recognized for their artistic efforts, you can view their jewelry work online, and in the past they have been showcased at manly places including the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Smithsonian Craft Show in Washington, D.C.