sculptor · sculpture

Sculpture in the Landscape… the Roger Leigh Legacy

I was excited to attend the ‘Sculpture in the Landscape 1969-2020’ exhibition at West Leaze near Aldbourne at the end of September, organised by the Friends of the Garden. The visit involved a wonderful (socially distanced) walk around the grounds of the house that the renowned sculptor Roger Leigh once owned, and the site of…… Continue reading Sculpture in the Landscape… the Roger Leigh Legacy

folk songs · Musician · performance · Wilshire folk songs

CAPTAIN SWING AND THE BLACKSMITH

The new novel by Beatrice Parvin, praised for the “musicality and lyricism of its language” is rapturously showcased with British folk music and storytelling. A riotous tale of passion and tragedy, set on Salisbury Plain in the 1840s, will be brought to life by spellbinding voices, fiddle wizardry and accordion.   ‘Captain Swing and the…… Continue reading CAPTAIN SWING AND THE BLACKSMITH

artist · Designer · Uncategorized

Creative Wiltshire – an Exciting 2016

It’s been a truly exciting year for the Heritage Lottery Funded Collecting Cultures project Creative Wiltshire based at the Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre, with The Young Gallery in Salisbury and Trowbridge Museum both being welcomed as participating museums. The Creative Wiltshire project has provided us with a wonderful opportunity for Archives and Local Studies…… Continue reading Creative Wiltshire – an Exciting 2016

foundry

Aldbourne bells

Creativity covers many different disciplines and it is fitting in Wiltshire that we consider items with a link to our agricultural heritage. Many of our ancestors working in this county are fondly referred to as ‘ag labs’ by the people researching them…..so we are hoping to find something that will fit within the parameters of…… Continue reading Aldbourne bells