Yorkshire Life : 2020-10-01

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IN THE KNOW IN THE KNOW On the Yorkshire Life radar: events, openings and happenings across Yorkshire NATURE TRAIL Set against the beautiful backdrop of RHS Garden Harlow Carr in Harrogate, Invasive Species is an exhibition by Yorkshire Sculptors Group of work made for the garden dealing with ideas around nature, humanity and control. A sculpture trail of 25 pieces by 15 members of the Yorkshire Sculptors Group will be installed in the open air in the 58-acre garden until January. rhs.org.uk/gardens/ harlow-carr In his element CLEAR VIEW Sculptures by internatio­nally acclaimed artist Gerry Judah can be seen in Dalby Forest, North Yorkshire, this autumn. Judah’s solo exhibition, BENGAL: The Four Elements, will be in the Courtyard at Dalby Forest until Saturday 31 October. The sculptor, known for his monumental ‘Central Feature’ car sculptures which have drawn crowds at the annual Goodwood Festival of Speed for the last two decades, will show pieces inspired by his childhood in India. The striking body of work, built over nearly a decade, and originally commission­ed by Arts Council England, comprises five sculptures shown alongside framed drawings by the artist. Petra Young, Forestry England’s Funding and Developmen­t Manager, Yorkshire Forest District, says, ‘We’re thrilled to host this exhibition, which was recently seen at Grizedale Forest. ‘It brings together a significan­t body of work which has been developed by Gerry Judah since returning to India in 2013. A common theme is the rickshaws from which each response to the individual elements flow as the artist brings together his childhood memories and thoughts on climate change into dynamic drawings and fascinatin­g forms.’ Glassmaker­s Stephen Gillies and Kate Jones, known collective­ly as Gillies Jones, have created glass from Rosedale Abbey since 1995. A Portrait of Place (10 October to 9 November), sees them explore the place they call home with a stunning collection of work held at The Inspired by… gallery, based at The Moors National Park Centre, Danby. The exhibition is free to enter and is open from Tuesdays to Sundays from 11am to 4pm. forestryen­gland.uk/dalby-forest northyorkm­oors.org.uk 16 Yorkshire Life: October 2020 Š

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