Snug

I've just had a lovely week working on an installation for Charleston Farmhouse, near Lewes. The piece or pieces are nestled together in the wind swept farmyard.   For SNUG I thought about how creatures (and people) gather together for protection, warmth and social contact against a harsh environment.  It was great fun exploring this sculpturally in the space at Charleston.

Thanks to all the amazing help I had carrying bundles of willow and weaving in tight intricate spaces.

SNUG will be on show at Charleston until October.