David Nash: Forms Into Time
This collection of images capture sculptor David Nash's intimate exploration of the properties of trees and timber. The accompanying essay by Marina Warner explores Nash's influences, approach and the mythical status of trees throughout history.
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THROUGH THE NARROW DOOR Marina Warner
THE WORKS OF DAVlD NASH
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