6000 years apart

Seven in the morning and the delivery lorry left Pulborough Brooks RSPB Reserve; a first, quiet carving session of 4 hours. I will be trying to work this stone once a week (Saturday mornings if people are passing RH20 2EL) through until January or February 2014.
Sculpture Series Heads exhibition 2013 Edgar
The Woking show has been well received and packs up shortly to go to Yorkshire Sculpture Park. The new website archive is up and is viewable from this site by clicking the ‘sculpture’ heading above.
In Northumberland recently, I climbed in search of cup and ring markings on the Cheviots, reminders of Neolithic and Early Bronze Age stone carving activity which was carved 3500-6000 years ago and remain in the resistant sandstones to this day. http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/era/ for more information on England’s earliest Rock Art.


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