Dramatic landscape and planting provide the backdrop to contemplative but inspirational artworks. Internationally renowned artists such as James Turrell and David Nash have interacted with the landscape to create site permanent works which compliment the setting.
Tewlwolow Kernow: An underground elliptical domed chamber which James Turrell has designed as a space from which to view the sky, especially at twilight.
Aqua Oscura: Using a Victorian underground tank for storing water the artist has created a natural light projection space. Images from the tree canopy are slowly revealed in the darkened chamber.
A striking installation within the Tremenheere landscape – scaffolding cage encloses bamboo poles which could represent controlled energy in modern society.
Kishio Sugar is a founder member of the influential Mona-Ha art movement in Japan.
Black Mound: A dramatic collection of charred oak shapes in a sculpted gouping.DavidNash has positioned his work to chime with the mature oak woodland and bluebells in season.
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