After 20 years in fashion, an artist moves to garden sculptures

Emma Jane Rushworth moved from fabrics to wirework, and now creates garden sculptures with personalities

27th November, 2016
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A pair of wire-made fairies

The garden can be a sad place at this time of year – all bare branches and decaying foliage. But while this cold and quiet time is a necessary part of the natural cycle, there are ways that we can lift the dreariness. Adding a sculpture is one way to add an extra element to a garden that can be appreciated not just in winter, but all year round. Sculpture can also express the garden...

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