Devon-based sculptor Peter Randall-Page’s recent work is on displace at the Royal British Society of Sculptors, in the Salon Gallery until Friday, March 25, and in the forecourt until Friday, June 17.
Peter’s sculpture on the forecourt is Cupressus I, described by the Royal British Society of Sculptors as ‘monolithic yet quiet, this sculpture has a presence that invites the viewer to encounter the work intimately and unexpectedly’.
The gallery features smaller sculpture works along with drawings and prints.
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