Monday, 10 June 2013
Three countries, 1100 miles on the road and an Irish Wall.
Today is the first day back in my home after twelve days away in Ireland for a Wood Art Collaboration, producing a sculptural installation for 'Visual' Contemporary Art Gallery, Carlow, Ireland, together with twenty other international wood artists.
The event was also in conjunction, supported by IWCS, International Wood Culture Society with two of their cinematographers attending to record the event for which they have produced a video of our working over duration of the event. A link to this video will be posted once it has been uploaded to the IWCS web site.
The event was a huge success with the installation being well received by the gallery and public.
Currently I am totally fried from the long days of making but have update the links page on my web site if you are interested in viewing the inspirational work of the other makers I was privileged to work with during the twelve days.
Over the next week it is my intention to write about and post pictures of the event, but I need to recover for a few days as 1100 miles by road in six days takes it toll.
Posted by Mark at 20:37