Wednesday, 25 April 2012

Antony Gormley @ Barrington Court

The Excitement is building here at Barrington Pottery
as Barrington Court is all a bussell
with volunteers setting up the 
thousands of small Terracotta figures that make up
"The Field for the British Isles"
Exhibition at Barrington Court.
It opens to the public from
28th April 2012 - until the end of August 2012

Here is the link to the National Trust web site
for all the details you will need.
Mean while down at Barrington Pottery
where we are very busy indeed,
Marion did find time to create her own mini version of the exhibition
in her own style, 
what do you think? 
I can assure you that No Gingerbread Men were harmed
during the production of this art work.
So why not come on down to Barrington Court
 sometime over the next four months
 to see the exhibition and drop into see us at the Pottery.

2 comments:

Hannah said...

Dam I just love that man's work. I saw a 'Field' at Carlisle at Tulie House, it's just fab. You'll get loads of extra visitors because of that being there. It's such a draw. Enjoy!

cookingwithgas said...

I love the march of the gingerbread men. It looks a bit like a happy stick up.

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