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Ceramic leaves for museum trees

Leaves sculpted from clay have been hung on the trees in the garden of the Oxfordshire Museum, Woodstock. The leaves - inspired by the leaf pattern work of the 19th century writer and painter William Morris and the land art of contemporary British sculptor Andy Goldsworthy - were created by art and design students from Marlborough School, Woodstock.

The free exhibition at the museum - which is run by the county council - will be on show until 10 May. Opening hours:

Tuesday - Saturday 10.00 - 5.00
Sunday 2.00 - 5.00

Posted : 01/04/2007 15:27:20

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