an exciting exhibition by Wiltshire based artist Tim Harrisson opens at Creswell Crags on 9th April.
His work is a direct result of a long term interest in marks through the landscape.
This exhibition will display a series of exceptional drawings produced for recent shows at Salisbury and Wiltshire Museum and Bournemouth University, which were influenced by British archaeological sites.
They will be displayed alongside four new pieces of work by Harrisson that celebrate his response to our own Creswell heritage landscape.
“The series of four drawings completed for this exhibition are inspired by the unique relationship between the geological and the archaeological histories of Creswell Crags,” he said.
Marks Through the Landscape Creswell Crags is free and is the second in a series of contemporary art exhibitions at Creswell Crags Museum in 2011.
The Guardian has a family ticket up for grabs to one of Creswell Crags fantastic Ice Age cave tours. To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the following question.
What is the name of Tim Harrisson’s exhibition at Creswell Crags?
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The closing date for entries is Friday 8th April and winners will be contacted by telephone so do not forget to include a daytime contact number.
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