Archaeology, Landscape and Art at Boltby Scar

More art and archaeology from the printmaker Paul Musgrove.

The series of etchings and Japanese woodblock prints take inspiration from recent archaeological work at Boltby Scar on the edge of the North York Moors.

 

The exhibition is on until 15th July at Sutton Bank National Park Visitor Centre – open daily 10.00am – 5.00pm.

Here is a link to Paul’s website:

http://musworks.co.uk/2012/boltby-scar-2012/

and the archaeology that has inspired them:

http://thelrc.wordpress.com/

There is also a talk about the excavations at Sutton Bank on Thursday 10th May @ 7.00pm

http://www.visityork.org/seeanddo/attractions/thedms.aspx?dms=13&feature=1000&GroupId=2&venue=1582823

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