Celia Smith is an artist who draws with wire, as others draw with pencil. For her, creating sculptures out of wire is like drawing in three dimensions. Birds are her main inspiration; capturing their movement and character is her primary concern. She finds that wire has a spontaneity that can give her sculptures a feeling of life and energy.
The entrance to the property is through the 5 bar gate, on the A4, opposite Academy Drive. On entering you will find ample space for parking to the right of the garage.
Toilet not fully accessible. No dogs except guide dogs.
Yes - street/free
Yes - cafe/shops nearby
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Walking Curlew study
Copper and steel wires 20cm tall
Flying terns, freestanding drawing
Copper wire, copper foil, enamel, oak base. 35cm tall
Walking Dunlin, wall piece
Copper wire, copper foil and enamel. 25 cm tall
Swirling swifts I
Relief wire print, collagraph and chine colle 54 x 54 cm. edition of 10.
Copper and steel wire.