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Living Sculptures From Opiary Rock Your Garden

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Is it art, or is it botany? Only your gardener knows for confident. These outstanding living sculptures are a delicate mixture of animate and inanimate, of art and botany, of fluid and solid. 19 more words

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Tamworth: Ethelfleda Monument

Ethelfleda, known as ‘The Lady of the Mercians’, was the daughter of Alfred the Great and sister of Edmund the Elder. Ethelfleda governed the Kingdom of Mercia from 913 – 918 AD leading attacks on the invading Danes. 136 more words


Studio Job's Pussy Cats Sculptures Capture Aggressive Feline Behaviour

Belgian artists Studio Job have created a collection of feline bronze pieces with lights as an alternative of eyes for London’s Carpenters Workshop Gallery (+ slideshow). 28 more words

London: Quadriga of the Mausoleum at Halikarnassos

Built in the 4th century BC, the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus (Bodrum, Turkey) was a tomb built for king Maussollos of Karia. Listed as one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the building was adorned with marble sculptures. 65 more words


Tamworth: Stone Urns


Located within the grounds of Tamworth Pleasure Grounds are ashlar urns which date to the 18th century. The urns stand upon moulded stone plinths and are decorated with scrolled handles and top finials. 15 more words


When is a field a prairie?

Last Sunday Mr PP and I being at a loose end decided to go along to the Art and Garden Fete at the Sussex Prairies Garden near Henfield.   408 more words