Sea glass 2. Stuart brought in a prototype of his sculpture. The sea glass was mounted on a wire frame, and behind each piece of glass was a light. We used a program to design images which were then transferred to and lit up on his sculpture. Clever stuff!
In November we went to collect sea glass with local artist, Stuart Langley. He is working on a sculpture for Coastival. Check back to see what happens next.
Our second trip to Ravenscar. A visit to the Alum Works and then Geocaching down the old railway line! Many thanks to Chris Salisbury for the photos.
The Town That Never Was - visit to Ravenscar in September
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