With the Grain: Wood Sculpture by David Nash

Lewes Town Hall: 5 May - 10 June 2007

David Nash, OBE, RA, is an eminent sculptor who has explored the possibilities of form in wood, trees and the natural environment over the last 35 years. He has produced a significant body of work, examples of which are in collections in Britain and throughout the world. 

This exhibition included about 30 major works. They are important pieces which Nash had chosen to keep for himself and they chart his entire career.

The selection demonstrated the many ways in which Nash works with trees. These sculptures have been carved in wood, constructed, and sometimes charred.

The exhibition, and integral education projects was organised by Ann Elliott and Paul Myles, directors of Sculpture Exhibitions Limited, who worked directly with the artist.

Press Coverage

The Spectator

12 May 2007
Two-page ‘Exhibitions’ review with one image, by Andrew Lambirth.

AJ (Architects’ Journal)

24 May 2007
‘Exhibition’ – full-page feature with two images, by Barrie Evans and contents page lead-in with image.

The Independent

5 May 2007
Highlighted on ‘The Information's 'GOING OUT'page as THE art event, with image and text on exhibition.

The Guardian

8 May 2007
In ‘National’ section - image with text

The Guardian Guide

Listed during exhibition run

Art Landscape Network

May 2007
Double page feature, by Jeffrey Higley

Royal Academy Magazine

Spring 2007
Academicians’ Round-Up: Sculpture

The Argus

19 May 2007
‘Touch wood’ - front cover of ‘Weekend’, and three page feature with nine images, by Angela Wintle. 

Viva Lewes (Print)

May 2007
‘With the Grain: Wood Sculpture by David Nash’ – double page spread with four images.

Viva Lewes (Online)

3rd-9th May 2007
Front cover image, double-page spread with two images.

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