My track Sun Spurge has now finished its run as part of the Festival of New Sound Walk on the main lawn at Snape Maltings, and has been installed as part of the Bayfield Hall Sculpture Trail in Norfolk. The trail is open 5th – 30th October 2022, Wed – Sun, 10 – 5pm.
Visitors to the site will be able to walk through 3 acres of grounds, woodland and wild gardens to view the work of over 40 artists from across the UK.
The first Bayfield Hall Sculpture Trail features 40 artists, sculptors, musicians and makers in the beautiful gardens and grounds of Bayfield Hall near Holt. The trail is curated by Sarah Cannell and Fiona Roberts with kind permission to use the private gardens and chapel by Caroline and Roger Combe. An uplifting, inspiring natural space for people to experience contemporary art in a beautiful rural setting in North Norfolk.
Some works have been created specifically for the space – such as new music recorded by internationally acclaimed musicians Laura Cannell (Norfolk) and Seattle-based Lori Goldston (Earth / Nirvana MTV Unplugged) from their forthcoming duo album, and beautiful bespoke slate sculptures and tables by Cornwall-based artist Stacey Beaumont.
Some works are on tour from the hugely successful Raveningham Sculpture Trail, which happens annually over the summer in South Norfolk, including The Tree of Life by artist/illustrator Cindy Lee Wright, and the Flaming Marsh Ponies collaborative project between Sarah Cannell, Rachael Long and Andy Jarrett.