Author Archives: sarah gilpin
In the quarry choosing stone – especially delighted with the official graffiti. Hoping to get this on site next week – the project starts Sunday April 7th at Radipole Lake Nature Reserve – come and help chip.
This poem from Don Hynes resonates right now – despite the New Year and the looking ahead perspective inevitably associated with it.
Collected and stored from about a decade ago – a time when my studio was next to a sawmill. The pyramid is gradually eaten away as the water flow removes grains and carries them over the rock shelf into the … Continue reading
Burning bark gathered and stored from more than a decade ago… Collected when I was working with a chainsaw on whole tree trunks (ash, oak and sweet chestnut) in the Ashdown Forest. Intended as raw material for ephemeral delicate creations, … Continue reading
New year’s Eve by the river Dart
… this weekend 7th (NOW!), 8th & 9th at the Chesil Beach Centre, Portland Beach Road 10am – 4pm. Local arts & crafts as well as a range of wildlife inspired stuff to aid you in your christmas present quest; … Continue reading
Special christmas price of £20 (usually £45) Celebrating colour, line, texture, pattern and light, these stunning photographs are printed onto canvas stretched over an 8 inch frame. They look fabulous in a grid or groups of two or three, as well as … Continue reading
Easy to give, easy to keep, easy to use. Sculpture Hut Voucher: a unique experience. Entitles the holder to a half day session of creative wanderings or stone sculpture at a mutually convenient time. A splendidly unusual gift and a perfect solution for the … Continue reading