Chris Amey has installed a huge timber frame structure titled Foreigner as part of the Edge sculpture exhibition, which is at Heathercombe until Sunday, September 26.
The exhibition snakes its way through the Heathercombe Fairy Woods, and included in the list of artists are Carl Hahn and Jilly Sutton along with returning best sellers from last year’s exhibition such as Sean Hellman and Chris himself.
And if you want to see what the exhibition was like last year, to tempt you into the woods this year, take a look at our slide show from Edge 2009, where ‘sculpture was nestled in the undergrowth‘.
Opening Times: weekends 10.30am-5.30pm/Weekdays Tuesday-Friday 1pm-5.30pm / Closed Mondays
(image: Chris Amey’s Foreigner)
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