Glastonbury Abbey are running their first ever ‘Orchard Sculpture Trail’ this summer, in which I am showing 2 pieces – originally created for last year’s SAW/NGS Abundance commission. Lichen and Giant Nest were both created from mixed media (recycled and found materials) as part of a larger set of work entitled Garden of Eden. The work took nearly 4 days to install around a tree in the orchard, and are on exhibition from now until 28th September. Other featured sculptors include Penny Hardy, Tom Clark, Serena de la Hey and Anthony Rogers.
I will be talking about my Abundance work at the Create, Make, Cultivate Symposium this Saturday (12th July) during the Abundance Pecha Kucha (between 3.30 – 4.15pm). For bookings please contact: 01458 253800 or firstname.lastname@example.org.