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Notice: Annual Outdoor Artworks Returns To Farnham Heath

Published on: 2 Jul, 2021
Updated on: 2 Jul, 2021

The annual outdoor exhibition of artworks from the students at the University for the Creative Arts is on Farnham Heath again this summer.

Out of Place by Clare Spender.

Commissioned by Surrey Hills Art, the local artists have been exploring the wildlife, geology and history of the heath all year to develop a series of temporary artworks creating a circular art trail, part of the Surrey Hills area of outstanding natural beauty.

Convergence by Anda Albu.

The artworks include textile hangings, ceramic egg forms and navigation markers.

The annual trail provides a new way to view and learn about the heath. The project has given the students an invaluable experience in preparing a proposal, presenting it to a panel, and developing the skills to create and install the works.

Seeds of Life by Pat Small.

Ali Clarke, from Surrey Hills Arts, said: “This is such a popular project where students have the freedom to experiment with ideas and materials allowing them to come up with such innovative pieces for all to enjoy throughout summer and on through Farnham Craft Month in October.”

Heathland Artworks will be open for visitors at Farnham Heath until October 31 and is free of charge. Parking is available at the Rural Life Living Museum, Tilford, during opening hours.

Skyfall by Stephanie Harper.

Navigating Elements by Rups Creegan.

Pattern Language of a Heath by Noelle Genevie.

Grounded by Lisa Ghiggini.

Forest Creatures by Audrey Rohde.

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