Photographer's Note

Hi everyone, going through my archives like many of you, (seeing as I am not leaving our house and garden), I discovered these two shots from the Delamore Arts in 2015.

I have called the shot 'Time to sit?' as at the moment we are unable to go very far, and possibly sitting more than normal.

The piece is entitled 'Se Bryck, which comes from the Cornish; Se is the word for seat or throne, and Bryck means brick.
Created by the ceramic artist Amy Cooper.

"Made of over 300 standard house bricks, carved by hand when raw clay. After carving, each piece was removed from the whole, hollowed out and numbered before being fired - at 1060 degrees C in a gas fired trolley kiln for one week - (cool to cool).
It has been reassembled each time using a system of numbers and arrows."
A wider view in the w/s.
There was a polite notice requesting that we do not sit in the chair.

Thanks for looking.

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