Mark Hearld Weather Vane

£480.00

Exclusively designed by Mark Hearld and made by Pruden & Smith for Ditchling Museum’s  exhibition “The Animals of David Jones” (24 October 2015 – 6 March 2016).

PLEASE NOTE: This is a Click and Collect item only due to weight.

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Exclusively designed by Mark Hearld and made by Pruden & Smith for Ditchling Museum’s  exhibition “The Animals of David Jones” (24 October 2015 – 6 March 2016).

For this show Hearld created a display in the Wunderkammer to include new drawings, prints and sculptures as well as pieces of folk art and objects of inspiration from the artist’s studio. A highlight of the display is a series of five metal weather vanes in the shape of different animals inspired by the 1734 cockerel weather vane in the museum’s collection.

Made from iron and wood.

SIZES

Cockrel – Base 30 cm wide. Bottom of base to top of Cockrel 50cm high (approx)

Hare – Base 30 cm wide. Bottom of base to top of Hare 43 cm high (approx)

 

Description

Exclusively designed by Mark Hearld and made by Pruden & Smith for Ditchling Museum’s  exhibition “The Animals of David Jones” (24 October 2015 – 6 March 2016).

For this show Hearld created a display in the Wunderkammer to include new drawings, prints and sculptures as well as pieces of folk art and objects of inspiration from the artist’s studio. A highlight of the display is a series of five metal weather vanes in the shape of different animals inspired by the 1734 cockerel weather vane in the museum’s collection.

Made from iron and wood.

SIZES

Cockrel – Base 30 cm wide. Bottom of base to top of Cockrel 50cm high (approx)

Hare – Base 30 cm wide. Bottom of base to top of Hare 43 cm high (approx)

 

Additional information

Style

Cockrel, Cockrel with cut out wing, Hare