Winter Sculpture Park in Bexley

[Re]Cycling Tree by Phil Barton and Winter Sculture Park

I’m pleased to announce that my sculpture [Re]Cycling Tree has been selected as part of this outdoor exhibition by Gallery No.32 taking place from 30th January and throughout February in on old orchard in South East London.

“The aim of the project is to change the routine during lockdown. It is to tempt people out of their automatic plod and into the present moment. We call for sculpture to entice.” (Gallery No.32)

[Re]Cycling Tree will be joining work from 31 other artists in a small field amongst the fruit trees and alongside a busy public footpath a short walk from Bexley Station (map).

You can follow Gallery No.32 on Instagram.

You can find the Exhibition Catalogue here.

Artists left to right:

Top Row – James Cross ‘Going somewhere (outdoors)’ (2021), Rekha Sameer ‘Ba/ubble’ (2021), India Ferguson ‘We must act now’ (2021)

Middle Row – Théo Welch-King ‘Information plaques’ (2021), Cat Macadam ‘Alien Botanical/Heart’ (2020), Li An Lee ‘Object restoration’ (2020)

Bottom Row – Lucie Macgregor ‘Newspaper Worm’ (2020), Sally Eldars ‘Underwater Dystopia 2.0(or, This Little Piggy Went to Market)’ (2020), Nicola Stewart ‘The Three Jesters’ (2021)

Phil Barton ‘[Re]Cycling Tree’ (2017)

All photographs and artwork © 2021 Gallery No.32

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