A human dimension


‘Little hands of gold’ community support initiatives

In conjunction and collaboration with the vocational rehabilitation centre (or ESAT) at the Franco-British Sillery Foundation’s Moulin studios, he welcomes people affected by disabilities to his studio, whom he calls ‘The little hands of gold’, with the objective of broadening their horizons and bringing them a sense of well-being through the process of artistic creation. All of the artist’s projects and creations are linked to initiatives to support the community and protect the environment.


One lifetime to invent ourselves and to create our own chosen family!

We only have one life, so it’s all the more important to fill it with joy and positivity, and to take time to share and learn

William Amor’s unique artistic vision sprang from a desire to create art that has an element of poetry, celebrates nature and helps protect the environment. Through his unique creations, which are full of meaning and evoke an emotional response, the artist offers a different perspective on the world surrounding us, including items whose presence, existence and origin we may have forgotten or disregarded.