Opening event, Marlborough Open Studios and wrap up

A look back at Emma Mac Dermott’s exhibition

Between Times was an exhibition of bronzes by Emma Mac Dermott.

With three dozen sculptures in all, the bronzes ranged from the small in trios – studies of goats, foxes and horses – to a full-size grazing horse.

Inspiration came from Devon wildlife and farming, Ireland – especially horse racing, Argentina and the groucho culture and even myth.

The Gallery

Greyhounds watched by a fox, a pointer and their quail quarry and the large horse enjoyed the newly planted flower gardens and lawns, and the backdrop of the Cherhill Downlands, while smaller pieces were exhibited inside the refurbished and craftsman setting of the dairy shed, against exposed brickwork, cobbles and Victorian beams.

Pictured above and below: Between Times wrap up event on the 20th August.
Photos © Sue Morris

The events

Hundreds of people enjoyed the exhibition, with an opening event for local people, four Marlborough Open Studios weekends and a wrap up event, with wine supplied by Southcott vineyard in Pewsey, Wiltshire.

Photos below: top – Cllr Sam Pearce-Kearney and Georgia; second down – James Gray MP, Calne Town Mayor Cllr Rich Jones, Calne Town Deputy Mayor Cllr Robert Merrick; third down – artist Emma Mac Dermott; bottom – neighbours enjoy a drink by Jineteada Study I.
Photos © Sue Morris

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