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made it!

All summer I have thought about Perry Green, 1012076_785915341465814_481139562215910740_n it has been my absolute intention to take a trip to see Body & Void: Echoes of Moore in Contemporary Art 1546437_785915184799163_1646857523339480061_n and I was mighty relieved to be there on 20.10.14, the very last day of the exhibition.

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Richard Deacon, Associate, 2014

It was a great day, I love outdoor sculpture, seeing artists work outside the gallery setting is a glorious thing. 10636283_785915148132500_2862509079387022033_n The marks Moore makes are beautiful and not far removed from textiles… backs Enough talk. hill figure 2 mother rule of three figure with shield   details of all work can be found here. Photos mainly by Richard, I took one or two.

By anna osborne

Living in East Anglia with my family and sewing machine I cover empty surfaces with scraps of fabric, search for treasure at Emmaus and the Red Cross jumble sales and take immense pleasure from making freehand machine embroidered textiles for the curious and discerning.

2 replies on “made it!”

This installation reminds me so much of my Yorkshire Sculpture Park. I think the odd one of these Henry Moores may have been borrowed from it!
I find them so peaceful, solid but graceful all at the same time. I could look and touch them for hours.

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