On Friday 21st June paper artist and illustrator Maeve Clancy commenced her 14-day residency at the National Trust’s Barrington Court in Somerset. During this period she will redefine the Barrington’s Great Hall with her striking paperwork installation, influenced by the work of Barrington Court restorer Alfred Hoare Powell and gardener Gertrude Jekyll. The residency will conclude 5th July and the installation will be exhibited until October 2013.


Published on June 26, 2013 // Mike