Raveningham Sculpture Trail 2020

Only one week left to see the Sculpture Trail at Raveningham, where Meg is showing six new pieces of work. Trail closes on Monday 31st August. https://www.raveninghamsculpturetrail.com (more) Three pieces can be found at site 37 – Rebirth (bronze), Infant/Soul and Locked In (Jesmonite). Three refugees from the cancelled Sculpture in the Valley Exhibition – …read more…

New website launched

My new website is now published and ready for viewing at; https://www.meg-amsden.com It’s about Meg’s own work in sculpture, drawing, film and sound, and features updates about exhibitions and installations. Infant/Soul on display at Raveningham Sculpture Trail 1st – 31st August 2020. https://www.raveninghamsculpturetrail.com Meanwhile the Nutmeg site will continue to function as an archive of …read more…

A new sister website

Making the most of the lockdown, Meg and Ben are working on a new website for Meg’s solo work. The new site will include her current sculpture, films, exhibitions, and drawings, and earlier personal work which has been rather uncomfortably squatting, for want of a home, at Nutmeg. The Nutmeg site will function as an …read more…

Sculpture in the Valley 2020 cancelled

Meg’s work was selected for the new Waveney and Blyth Arts Sculpture event on the theme of  Reflections on Landscape at Potton Hall, Westleton, Suffolk. (read more) Barely had the artists met for the first site visit on March 14th, when the lockdown occurred. Any development of the situation, or on-line versions of artists’ work …read more…

Raveningham Sculpture Trail 2020

Meg’s work has been selected for the 2020 Sculpture Trail at Raveningham, Norfolk. Following the theme – Creative Odyssey – she is now working on two new pieces, taking as a starting point (read more) her 2019 bronze ‘Swan Woman in the Brambles’. The Trail will run from Saturday 1st to Monday 31st August, 10am …read more…