North Devon - Tim puts a stake through the art

13th August 2010 at 01:00

RHS garden Rosemoor in Devon is hosting several "multi-stake' sculptures created by artist Tim Martin, which are the result of his work with local schools, colleges and family groups.

Morris Field (pictured here, with Budehaven pupil Rebecca Cornish) features 'stakes' painted by students from Budehaven Community, Hemyock Primary and Great Torrington Community Schools.

All the sculptures make reference to an exhibition of designs by William Morris, the landscape around Great Torrington and to a recent exhibition of Tim Martin's work at The Plough Arts Centre in the town.

See www.throughthegarden.wordpress.com for more.

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