Materials: English oak and larch
Approx size: 4x4 Metres
Location: Harold court woods, Thames Chase,Essex.
was Commisioned by thames chase and the forestry commision.
The sculpture is sited within the southern end of Harold court woods taking advantage of the views over the countryside.
of work is made from Larch logs and Sawn english oak.
Thames chase is a project to create woodland spaces throughout essex and has now planted over 2 million trees
The path up to and around the sculpture will be wide enough for wheelchair access .
The shape of the sculpture circles upwards from the ground reflecting growth. Like an embryo or seed the trees radiate from the sculpture.Fossil or shell like in structure the sculpture wraps round the seating area .
Inspired by the circle of horse chestnut trees at Harold Court the Sculpture/bench is located within a large circular planted area. Working closely with the Forestry Commission, the trees have be specially chosen from native species for their speed of growth and final hieght to give an amphitheatre effect. The work is designed to grow over the years. Until then walkers can rest at the sculpture and watch the trees grow around them.