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New for Autumn

Chicken wire is not a material immediately synonymous with sculpture, but perhaps living and working in a rural village where it is put to many uses in the surrounding farms makes it a relevant choice for Sue Parkinson. Sue loves the see-through, fluid, 'almost there' nature of the material and uses a special, coated version to create her animal and bird sculptures. Hares, ducks, geese, sit alongside her delightful dachshunds at Yarmouth Gallery. They would grace a farmhouse window ledge, or create a talking point, surrounded with plants in a modern conservatory or patio setting. The gallery is open every day from 10 to 5, Mon to Sat, and 11 to 4 Sun. There are many pieces of artwork to enjoy.


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