Tuesday, 19 May 2015

Chelsea Flower Show - Day One

The show is in full swing and the garden is looking amazing! Alan's garden is clean lined and elegant, with soft colours repeated throughout the planting.

Patrick Hurst's piece reflects the dappled shade of the silver birch trees.

Judging is this morning, so we're keeping everything crossed for Alan.
 Hope to see you at the show this week!


Oliver - Director

Friday, 8 May 2015

Wire pieces by Rupert Till.

I love the wire figures of Rupert Till.  His work is a collection of natural forms, primarily animals to date but with a recent steer towards geometry in nature; snail shells, mussels (as right).

Created from twisted bronze and copper wire, they seem like three dimensional sketches; raw and visceral with a real sense of movement and energy.  Over time the colours gradually change, each piece completely unique by the very nature of his medium.

We have a number of his pieces on display at our sculpture garden, and he'll also have a larger stand at this year's Chelsea Flower Show.   I'd urge you to have a look at his gallery page here, as ever I'd love to hear your thoughts,