Sculpture David Nash is in Devon. His work is at the Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World in Haldon Forest, Devon, with a major sculpture Black Sphere in the grounds of Dartington Hall and another large sculpture Three Humps which fronts the CCANW building.
The exhibition at the CCANW includes sculptures, drawings showing his working processes, documentary films, smaller studies, and the larger Three Humps, which fronts the CCANW building.
David is renowned as one of Britains most important sculptors in wood, and this exhibition follows on from the recent retrospective of his work, which took place at Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
The exhibition ends on September 25
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