These are just two of the comments made about the recent exhibition ’Sculptural Boundaries’ by designer and sculptor Sue Bryant. The site-specific contemporary sculptural garden screens are set within the historic Victorian garden and orchards of the National Trust’s Cotehele in St. Dominick, Saltash.
The work explores a variety of materials from sailcloth, recycled glass, perspex and metal, each piece demonstrates different making techniques and are designed to either impose upon its surroundings or fuse with.
Throughout the work the signature pattern of cut outs inspired by dappled light creates peepholes or pictures upon the panels.
The amalgamation of Sculpture and Garden Design is to demonstrate how these forms can act as screens which can guide you through the space, create a sense of enclosure or boundary marker and act as stand-alone sculptures.
The exhibition continues until the 22nd of May 2013 opening times 11 – 5pm. So why not pay a visit to this beautiful estate and cast your eye and opinion on the exhibition.
More information about the artist can be found at www.suebryant.co.uk