Meg was taught to sculpt by artist and puppet-maker Guy Richardson in the 1970s when she was his unofficial apprentice.
From today – 21st June 2021 – on-line bookings are now available for the Sculpture Trail, which is on the theme of Shelter.
(Not to be confused with Waveney and Blyth Arts Sculpture in the Valley Trail at Potton Hall, which is on till 27th June):
31st July – 5th Sept, 10-5pm, site closes at 6.30pm, Ravenous Cafe open daily 10-5pm.
Book one timeslot (£6 + Eventbrite fee) which admits one person then visit with up to 5 additional people (max. group size 6 per timeslot). Pay for additional guests at the box office on arrival.
Trail entry £6 per person, free for under 18s. Some parts of the trail are wheelchair accessible, we have a mobility scooter available, more info at box office. Free parking. Wheelchair accessible toilets. Well behaved dogs on leads welcome. Check the website for up to date information about visiting the trail and about this years artist’s and our other work through the Creative Odyssey CIC. Follow us on Instagram at @raveninghamsculpturetrail
The Raveningham Centre, Beccles Road, Raveningham, Norfolk, NR14 6NU.
01508 548406, firstname.lastname@example.org
Two new bronze pieces were cast in April at Butley Studios by Jim Racine and team.
Here they are pre – tidying up. Continue reading “2 New Bronze Pieces for Sculpture in the Valley”
If you haven’t been to visit yet, there’s still time to book for Sculpture in the Valley. Or just turn up at Potton Hall between 10 and 4 and wait till there’s a space.
I have 4 wild rose bronze pieces in the trail, two new, two made last year for the trail that never happened. (See rose on the poster below.)