Held at a beautiful chapel on the edge of Bruton, the inaugural exhibition by Bo Lee and Workman features a selection of sculptors repurposing different forms and materials essential to collective rituals, habits and principles. In these tactile sculptures, objects with religious or domestic connotations are made playful, witty or surreal. Made from predominantly natural and recycled materials, they embody a sense of longing for fading practices that are kinder to the earth.
Artists include Olivia Bax, Will Cruickshank, Laura Ford, Des Hughes, Jonathan Michael Ray and Nika Neelova . The exhibition will support St Peter's Church, a Grade II listed Chapel in Redlynch, which will be home to additional events in association with the gallery this summer.
St Peter's Church, Redlynch,
Bruton, Somerset BA10 0NH
Open Thursday - Saturday 10-5 (or by appointment)
How to get there
Short drive from the centre of Bruton towards Wincanton.
Cross country walk from Durslade Farm and Bruton centre.
Bus 667 from Bruton and Castle cary station to Redlynch Cross
Sat nav: St Peters Church, Redlynch
What Three Words: revolts.hears.hoops
St Peter's Church is in need of ongoing repairs and maintenance and we are raising funds and awareness to preserve this beautiful building throughout the exhibition.