Local volunteers arranged some of the thousands of clay figures that make up part of Antony Gormley’s ‘Field for the British Isles,’ being installed in Barrington Court on April 25, 2012 near Ilminster, England. The acclaimed work – on loan from the Arts Council Collection and which consists of 40,000 clay figures – is being exhibited in three, normally empty, rooms of the National Trust’s Barrington Court as part of the Trust New Art program.

(Source: news.nationalpost.com)

Local volunteers arranged some of the thousands of clay figures that make up part of Antony Gormley’s ‘Field for the British Isles,’ being installed in Barrington Court on April 25, 2012 near Ilminster, England. The acclaimed work – on loan from the Arts Council Collection and which consists of 40,000 clay figures – is being exhibited in three, normally empty, rooms of the National Trust’s Barrington Court as part of the Trust New Art program.

(Source: news.nationalpost.com)

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