Martin Staniforth

Hope & Renewal

Burnt 500-year-old timbers from Britain's oldest hotel


Abmessungen : 450 cm x 450 cm x 450 cm (Height, Width, Depth)
Gewicht : 1000 kg
Jahr : 2017
Material : Holz, Naturstoffe, Mixed Media, Installation

Martin Staniforth

I am fascinated by the natural process of renewal, the circle of life. Life follows death follows life, as sure as day follows night follows day. My creative practice focuses on emergence, regeneration and natural progression, drawing influences from nature and mankind’s experience of nature. My sculptures build a sense of hope.

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