Two Charred Vessels

1997. Chestnut

Nash likes to work with wood that has become worthless: as a result of a storm or weathering. This has led him into a unique and exciting area, an intelligent variation on site-specific art in the traditional sense. Charring serves both conservation and aesthetic mark-making. Nash, who was born in the English county of Surrey, now lives and works in North Wales.

On David Nash at Gallery Annely Juda
On David Nash‘s exhibition at the Abbot‘s Room

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