Ann-Margreth Bohl’s sculpture Holocene, at the RHS Show Garden, Chatsworth House, 6-10 June 2018. Visitors to this year’s Royal Horticultural Society Show Garden at Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, will witness a highly unusual event. A monumental stone...

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The play of light and shadow is a recurring theme in Ann-Margreth Bohl’s sculptures. Lumen (the name comes from the standard unit for measuring light) was inspired by two recent journeys. The first was to Portland in Dorset, where Ann-Margreth first began...

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‘Passing Light’ in the Award Winning Quarry Garden

Some Bonkers Stonehenge A striking new monumental sculpture is going up at the National Memorial Arboretum: an imposing wall, some three metres high and fifteen metres long, with a series of cracks and grooves cut into it, designed to cast a complex and...

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GOP – Why Art?

As part of the Stroud Fringe 2016, Good on Paper has launched the series Why Art? Filmed and edited by Katie Jane Watson Music by Body Clocks...

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See-Through Squares, model

A music reactive mobile being played by composers Emily Hall and David Sheppard as part of the London Sinfonietta Short/ King’s Place – 28th September 2016 9AM

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