Meg’s work was selected for the new Waveney and Blyth Arts Sculpture event at Potton Hall, Westleton, Suffolk IP17 3EF, planned for 18th July – 2nd August.
(Ivy Ascending. Raveningham Sculpture Trail 2019)
Responding to the theme of Reflections on Landscape, and the tidy formal garden in the wild setting of Dunwich Heath, she imagined wild roses invading the pergola and designed three dryad masks.
Hardly had the artists visited the site before lockdown occurred, and the sculpture trail was cancelled. But she was already making the masks in wax for bronze casting and didn’t want to stop…
(Wild rosebud dryad in wax.)
The waxes are now with Jim Racine who is making the moulds at home, as Butley Mills Studios are currently closed.