Fiona Campbell and Angela Morley will be transforming the Round Tower with sculptural forms rooted in the natural world; wrapped, woven and layered. They have each been exploring the materiality of paper and other natural, found and reclaimed materials in different ways for new work based on organic forms.
Fiona is interested in ‘universal life forms’, commonalities from micro to macro, metamorphosis and nature’s cyclical persistence ‘often blurring boundaries between drawing and sculpture’. Angela has been developing a new body of work based on leaves; stretching abstract forms back to the cusp of functionality.
Alongside the exhibition, they will be running workshops based on ‘Organic Forms’: Wed 4 (Angela Morley) & Sat 7 (Fiona Campbell) Oct, 10-12 & 1-3pm; book via www.eventbrite.co.uk
Their work will span 2 venues: Black Swan Arts, Frome in East Somerset, and Clayhill Arts, near Bridgwater, West Somerset.