Gorgeous Bookstores to Visit

Funny how things in your life just kind of come together and make sense. For years I worked with architects and engineers, always in marketing and business development, but the part of my job that I loved the most was working with the design whether it was buildings, photography, or graphic design. And now I am putting it together for myself, learning how to draw and paint. This article caught my eye because of the stunning architecture and because it is a bookstore (love a good one). What a great use of a church and one I would gladly visit weekly.

Check out Flavorwire’s The 20 Most Beautiful Bookstores in the World.

The Selexyz Bookstore in Maastricht, Holland, is a converted Dominican church.

About Kathie Vezzani

Rust, wax and paint move me, traveling with other artists inspire me, and so I attend workshops and plan them with other artists. My curiosity is endless and I am fearless when it comes to my art.
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8 Responses to Gorgeous Bookstores to Visit

  1. amy Persons says:

    An independent bookstore is a dying breed – precious stuff you have posted here

  2. Wendy Malich says:

    Oh my gosh, I could just stare at the ceiling. It is beautiful!

  3. WOW! what a great reuse. Wouldn’t you just love to go and camp out there. I’m afraid I might be distracted from reading with my head turned up to stare at the beautiful ceiling. Thanks for posting this.

  4. Steven wellman says:

    Wow! Just breath takingly gorgeous! What a place to buy books. Your work is just great to kathy! Luckys.wellman

  5. You know that libraries are a must for me. Thank you for sharing these.

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