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Patricia Volk FRSS 31 May 18
I’ve died & gone to heaven
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National Museum Art Apr 23
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James Milne May 2
“As they get bigger they lighten in colour and the chlorophyll starts to form and they go green. I observed this a couple of years ago. If you work from observation, there is a sense of truth.” David Nash exhibition opens in Cardiff
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Dean Veall May 12
The exhibition was just brilliant. Loved the scale of the work, from the monumental to the delicate and the star of show without a doubt was wood. Absolutely loved it!
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Kara Campbell May 16
A drawing of the construction of Cork Spire by David Nash
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Annely Juda Fine Art 4 Jul 18
Just three days left to see 's exhibition 'Wood, Metal, Pigment' - closes Saturday!
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Jenny Kitzinger May 19
Just back from seeing fab exhibit - sinuous, sensuous, playful, moving, gravity-defying sculptures, a new perspective on roots& branches, lime, oak, ash & burnt wood. Well worth a trip
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Tanya Shadrick Aug 11
A Personal Parish by - a map of Blaenau, his home of 50 years - done in 80s for . One of the quieter artefacts at his superbly-curated show but nonetheless moving for that. A week now of walking it with him, his family & mine.
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Adam Lloyd-Binding May 26
Spoilt to have this wonderful David Nash exhibition in town. Go see it now. It will blow your mind. That’s an order. Thanks to
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CASW Jun 5
Thanks to curator Nicholas Thornton and for our tour of the exhibition. Great to see how the artist's work and methods have developed from his early pieces, such as the CASW acquisition 'Table with Cubes', to the more recent and impressive 'Cork Spire'.
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C18thArtHistGirl May 7
Bit late to the photo party after spending a bit of time with this wonderful exhibition after it opened on Fri but here are a few of my fav. sculptural objects from it. Even though my first love is Pre-1900 art, this is breathtaking. 1/2
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Louise Rhian Poole Aug 7
Perfect day for always a favourite of ours! currently with huuuge wooden sculptures - Gorgeous, evocative, engaging, they feel alive & you have to fight your own instincts not to touch! We loved it 😍
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Common Ground 7 Jun 18
In the late 1980's Common Ground published In A Nutshell, a guide to protecting trees. David Nash illustrated it. These are from the book and currently on display at the till the 2nd of September.
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Laura Henderson May 30
If you’re near you’re in for a treat. Head to the exhibition Just beautiful and Totally Free!
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Jennifer Grindley Sep 27
➰SHAPESHIFTERS: lucky enough to have a preview of : 200 Seasons at today ahead of the exhibition’s opening this weekend. Go, Go, GO - it’s beautiful ✨
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Elson Kambalu Jun 6
Saw a at , watched in . Visited . A great experience. Love this city!
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La Molina Streetart Mar 25
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The Art Stable 19 Jan 18
Tom Hammick, Waiting for Time, woodcut, 60 x 79cm Hanging in gallery now for mixed exhibition opening tomorrow 11am - 3pm Other artists include
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The WORKERS May 3
The Workers Gallery has a lot to thank David Nash for - not only for inspiring resident artist Chris as a student to work with wood & become a sculptor but also to us moving to the valleys & starting the workshop & later the gallery with what we had/have.
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Rachel Hughes May 15
goes South in this glorious exhibition . A joyful celebration of a life’s work in wood. It also smells amazing!
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