Meg was taught to sculpt by artist and puppet-maker Guy Richardson in the 1970s when she was his unofficial apprentice.
Meg has been working on two new pieces in wax, to be moulded and cast in bronze by Jim Racine in April. The little bud is about 6cm in diameter.
Waveney and Blyth Arts are now taking bookings for the Art Trail.
Friday 28 May – Sunday 27 June
Open all day, every day
£6 per ticket, £5 for W&BA members
Tickets are being sold in timed slots for up to 6 people via the W&BA website, where more information about the exhibitors can be found:
Meg has been chosen to exhibit at: Sculpture in the Valley 28th May – 27th June 2021.
Reflections on Landscape is curated by David Baldry for Waveney & Blyth Arts at Potton Hall, Westleton Suffolk. https://waveneyandblytharts.com/
Also at Raveningham Sculpture Trail 1st August – 5th September 2021, on the subject of Shelter and curated by Sarah Cannell. https://www.raveninghamsculpturetrail.com
Both trails will be taking bookings for timed small group visits. Check their websites for further details.
Tim 15ft up a ladder on a freezing January day at Wolsey Bridge, Suffolk. (Yes the ladder’s tied on and someone’s standing at the foot.)
The Spirit in position on his walnut tree, where he brings a daily smile to his neighbours in the eco-house, especially when it’s raining and a drip collects on the end of his nose.