Archaeoprint – a hidden landscape

Born and raised in Hertfordshire Paul Musgrove did a foundation course at St Albans College of Art & Design followed by degree studies at Manchester Polytechnic, specializing in Furniture design and hot glass making acquiring a BA(Hons) in 3-D Design in 1980. After leaving college he worked on an archaeological excavation in West Heslerton, North Yorkshire as site photographer and site supervisor, under site director Dominic Powlesland. 

His current exhibition of archaeologically inspired prints runs until June 30th at Gallery Ten in Edinburgh features new work inspired by the Vale of Pickering, and of Sheriffside excavations in East Lothian.

Archaeoprint – a hidden landscape

More information on the Gallery Ten website:

http://galleryten.co.uk/exhibitions/current-exhibition/

and Paul Musgrove website:

http://musworks.co.uk/

About Louise Cooke

Louise Cooke - heritage, landscapes, archaeology, earth buildings and other interesting things
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