Boundary Field # 2, Stone Carving

Venue: Philip Potter Sculpture studio, Ruskin Glass Centre

Date & Time:  Friday 24 August –  Monday 27 August

Prices for guided sessions: £35 per session per person, plus Festival Pass


Performance times
11am - 12.30pm and 3pm - 4.30pm each day

Guided sessions
9am - 10.30 and 1pm - 2.30pm each day

Part of an on-going art research project into place, space and identity, Philip Potter will involve viewers in a multi-media carving project, performed live during the Festival. There will also be the chance to try your hand at your own stone carving project in between performance times. Maximum 4 persons per session, includes all materials (Portland or Cotswold Limestone), and use of tools.  You will be able to take your piece home with you (predicted weight 3-5 kgs).


Photos courtesy of S Bruntnell, P Dutton, C Day, K Brocklehurst, J Christley, M Holm, M Durran, P Wood, J Plant, J Smith, Glass Genie, KT Yun, D McNeill, J Coakley,  J Elliott, S Snaddon, I Dury.
J Low, J Newman, V Bamforth, N Baker.
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