A former artist-in-residence at the University, David Nash is regarded as one of the greatest sculptors working today. In 1996, while resident on the campus he produced a series of sculptures created from wood from local trees sourced with the help of the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust. After major solo exhibitions at Kew Gardens and at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, his work was included in the widely praised exhibition ‘Uncommon Ground’ held at the Mead Gallery in 2014. The Mead Gallery is sited on the University campus at Warwick Arts Centre and will be showing more of David Nash’s work in its forthcoming exhibition ‘Making It’ that examines sculpture in the 1980s.
Monday, 7 September 2015
David Nash sculpture marks University’s 50th anniversary
Posted by Spaghetti Editor at Monday, September 07, 2015