Sophie Stanley


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The exhibition at Trelissick Garden has finished now and everything has been taken down, so these are just a few images of how my piece lasted. The piece has withstood wind and rain and insects! I love how the colours have changed over time and I think this shows how the piece has blended and been transformed with nature.

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Just a short clip of my hanging basket to get a sense of what it’s like in 3D.

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This is some work in progress for a Contemporary Crafts exhibition at The Poly, Falmouth. My final piece will be one of seven installations that will be exhibited in the cafe for a month. I am creating three hanging baskets, where each spoke relates to a tea sold in the cafe. The baskets have been laser cut onto card and laser etched with my drawings. My piece will be on display from August 19th and will be for sale.

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Poly’s Put The Kettle on -

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Whilst doing a spot of gardening I was reminded of Diana Scherer’s photographs, I love how the roots, which are normally hidden under ground or in a plant pot, form to a shape. These photos are of a few pot plants I was planting. Looking at nature, plants and insects is something I want to look at in future work.

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