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Anyone know where we can spot some Andy Goldsworthy art?

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PhDlifeNeedsaNewLife Wed 06-Aug-08 22:32:34

We are going to drive from Paisley in Scotland to Wales, via Hadrian's Wall.

Surely, in that part of the world, we should be able to see some of his work in situ? Or does it all get dismantled after he's photographed it?

Bink Wed 06-Aug-08 22:37:46

You know the Yorkshire Sculpture Park presumably? Or are you wanting one of those serendipitous "ooh that's an unusual looking sheepfold - BUT NO - it's a piece of famous contemporary art! Just lurking in this unlikely random valley" experiences?

WilfSell Wed 06-Aug-08 22:42:22

One of the Scouse beaches - either Crosby or Formby, can never remember which - has all the self obsessed vain amazing figures...? You could divert from the M6...?

WilfSell Wed 06-Aug-08 22:42:57

blush

Anthony Gormley I thought you said... hahahahahahahahaha

<hysterical shame>

WilfSell Wed 06-Aug-08 22:43:33

I do actually know who Andy Goldsworthy is too.

Dunno the actual answer to your question though.

Bink Wed 06-Aug-08 22:43:55

You muddling up w/ Antony Gormley there Wifl?

Bink Wed 06-Aug-08 22:44:14

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Dragonbutter Wed 06-Aug-08 22:49:53

I'm fairly sure there's some in dumfries and galloway. I'll google.

snowleopard Wed 06-Aug-08 22:53:17

There are some in Edinburgh, though that's a bit out of your way (but worth a visit). On the roof of the new Museum of Scotland, and in the Botanic gardens.

Dragonbutter Wed 06-Aug-08 22:53:39

egg penpont, dumfries

arches cairnhead forest. (not sure if it's built or if the pictures ar CGI)

PhDlifeNeedsaNewLife Thu 07-Aug-08 11:49:48

thanks, yes was looking for the artsy-fartsy experience, Bink!

and willself

thanks dragonbutter, will see if we can check them out!

Dragonbutter Thu 07-Aug-08 12:39:29

sheepfold is in cumbria.

another photo

I've been to this one but hadn't realised it was actually andy goldsworthy. I looked at it and thought, hmm this is quite andy goldsworthy. duh.
IIRC we went on a hill walk from there, and had a picnic by a river if you're up for making a day of it.

PhDlifeNeedsaNewLife Thu 07-Aug-08 20:22:52

aren't they lovely!

would def do the walk bit, just not sure how I'd get my 15m-old into 4WD.

we went to yorkshire sculpture park this time last year, it was awesome lovely. god I love his work!

Dragonbutter Thu 07-Aug-08 20:57:08

i made my own andy goldsworthy inspired sculpture at coniston about 5 years ago.
pretty sure it's not there anymore, and in truth it was just a pile of stones so don't bother looking for it wink

PhDlifeNeedsaNewLife Thu 07-Aug-08 21:00:28

dh always says we should do some "andy goldsworthying" at various stony beaches we visit.

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