Three Wildrose Dryads cast in bronze this spring for a cancelled sculpture trail just needed an outing, so they hitched a ride to Raveningham! You can find them – ex brochure – installed in a rose bush beside the front door of the house/entrance to the gallery. The rose commemorates dearly-missed Norfolk folklorist Jennifer Westwood.
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Meg has placed six pieces of new work on Tuesday 28th at Raveningham: Swan Woman Installation – site no 37 in brochure, and three bronze Wildroses which can be found just to the right of the door into the gallery.
Three pieces related to “Swan Woman in the Brambles” (Raveningham 2019) are linked by their reference to swans and brambles, their foundation in folk tales and ritual, and the artist’s personal experience. Unintentionally, they also reflect our experience of life during the epidemic.
Trail open daily 1st – 31st August, booking essential:
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The Raveningham Sculpture Trail 2020 will be open 1st – 31st August. Featuring original artworks by 46 artists in 3 acres of grounds and a pop up Gallery. Artists selected in January have created artworks responding to the theme ‘Creative Odyssey’ by Curator Sarah Cannell.
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