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Making a Driftwood Horse – Part 6

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The completed Horse The Driftwood Horse is now getting very close to completion after another couple of sessions. I had had strengthened the hooves by bulking them out with a mixture of glue and shavings and this had set enough for … Continue reading

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Making a Driftwood Horse – Part 2

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It was quite breezy last night and I was quite relieved to see that my sculpture had not reverted to a pile of sticks this morning! Although I had left it outside, I did fix a support through the middle … Continue reading

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The Willow Sculptures of Kim Creswell

Some of the most striking living sculptures are those of Somerset-based artist Kim Creswell. As well as being a fine sculptor, Kim also renovates beautiful traditional caravans but it is her willow sculptures that interest me the most. Willow sculptures … Continue reading

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An Introduction to Living Sculpture

As part of our new Ecoarts project in Dumfries and Galloway, we would very much like to explore the idea of living sculpture. For anyone not familiar with the concept, living sculpture is created with living, growing grasses, vines, plants … Continue reading

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Eco Arts Project 2013

It has been a long winter and we are still looking out at snow with Easter weekend approaching. The miserable weather certainly hasn’t helped in moving forward with plans to get our Ecoarts project going this year but there must be … Continue reading

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