Hi all, I’m inviting you to the Royal Society Of Sculptors Summer Exhibition 2021.
I hope you are surviving the pandemic ok. This is my first blog post to you since February last year. Like many other parents, the last 16 months have been challenging and it was very difficult to get much new work done. However, recently I have been able to get back to working more consistently in my studio and have a couple of new projects to tell you about.
I have been developing my rammed earth sculptures in new directions, including litter in the layers and creating works that change and erode away under the influence of the weather.
A pair of these are now on display at the Royal Society of Sculptors Summer Exhibition in South Kensington. See below for details of the private view this Saturday. They are in the garden, so don’t miss the door out to the garden from the back gallery space. One is protected by a perspex cover, the other is exposed to the rain and will be slowly changing during the course of the exhibition.
Sadly in these times of Covid I probably won’t get to see you at the private view as numbers are limited in the show and I won’t be there for the full 5 hours it will last. However, do get in contact if you are going to be there and we can meet up afterwards locally.
Join us for the opening of our Summer Exhibition 2021. Our guest curator, Sigrid Kirk, independent curator, cultural strategist and art adviser, has selected her favourite works from our members.
Sigrid Kirk says of the show, “What struck me was the capacity for artists to explore and push in so many directions and while much of the sculpture deals with serious issues there is also a wonderful and palpable sense of mad play. These are objects that are going to be fun to look at and live with.”
To find out more about the exhibition visit the Society’s website: Summer Exhibition 2021
Or click here to find out more about my earlier Rammed Earth sculpture