British sculptor, David Nash, is predominantly known for his work with wood, trees and nature. This exhibition features sculptures, drawings and film from throughout Nash’s career as well as new work created specifically for the show.
“What I most enjoyed about the exhibition was how it encouraged me to slow down, stop and consider the works. Several of Nash’s artworks are ongoing, such as ‘Ash Dome’, a circle of 22 ash trees planted in 1977, and ‘Wooden Boulder’, a three-foot diameter, half ton ball that he rolled down a stream in Wales in 1978 and has now been on the move through rivers for 42 years.
Personal highlights include ‘King and Queen’; two figurative sculptures made from trees and ‘Blue Ring’; made from bluebell seeds.”
The exhibition is free and runs until 2nd February 2020 at Towner Gallery, Eastbourne. Read more here.