Meg’s new work at Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail 2019

Visit the W.V.S. Trail to see Meg’s two new pieces – an experiment in materials new to her. Two heads, two kinds of entanglement in the Woven Woodland.
No 13 on the Trail.
Swan Woman in the Brambles – bronze (made with the assistance of Jim Racine/Butley Mills) is entangled and breaking out. The piece is about coercion and escaping from it. (read more)


Ivy Ascending

cast  in Jesmonite, with ivy leaves – is herself an entangler, a social climber, masked with makeup, using the Scots pine to reach for the top.



Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail 2019 is now open to the public at the Raveningham Centre, Beccles Rd Raveningham, Norfolk. NR14 6NU. From Fri 2nd Aug – Sun 8th Sept – open daily 10 – 5. £6 entry/under 18s free/£5 W&B Arts members.