Archaeology in the Landscape

We are delighted to continue our collaboration with print-maker Paul Musgrove, which began with the creation of a series of etchings and Japanese woodblock prints derived from the results of LRC excavations, geophysical and aerial surveys in the Vale of Pickering and exhibited at Scampston Walled Garden in 2011. This year he has created a series of screen prints based on the work in progress at Boltby Scar, which are now being exhibited at the North York Moors National Park visitor centre at Sutton Bank.

Paul’s exhibition Archaeology in the Landscape is now open:

Date: 27th Mar 2012 – 15th Jul 2012
Venue: Sutton Bank National Park Centre, 10.00am – 5.00pm
Price: Free entry

Click on the image below to go to Paul Musgrove’s web-site.

Exhibition of archaeological inspired prints, starting in April, at the Sutton Bank Visitors Centre. These are the first of a series of screen prints based on information from previous excavation...

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