Friday, July 22, 2011

Notes from the Library #21

Andy Goldsworthy is regarded as one of the greatest sculptors of his generation and the ever-expanding Goldsworthy section in our library is a never-ending source of delight and inspiration.

In 2003 Goldsworthy installed "Treeline", a row of close planted aspens that will in time form a cage like screen alongside a public road that leads through a private property.  

This work has now become the inspiration for our new hazelnut hedge in The Nuttery which will form a screen along The Drip Lane.

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