Dominic Clare-Peacock Arts Trail 2017

Uploaded on 03.10.17 at 09.10am

Dominic Clare is a woodwork artist that uses chainsaw and shot blasting/burning techniques to create sculptures. His studio is open to the public to view as part of the Peacock Arts Trail, running in Corsham and surrounding villages until the 8th October. He discusses his inspirations, what to expect from the Peacock Arts Trail and the methods he uses to produce his work.

Dominic Clare-Peacock Arts Trail 2017

Dominic Clare is a woodwork artist that uses chainsaw and shot blasting/burning techniques to create sculptures. His studio is open to the public to view as part of the Peacock Arts Trail, running in Corsham and surrounding villages until the 8th October. He discusses his inspirations, what to expect from the Peacock Arts Trail and the methods he uses to produce his work.  Watch video >>

Alex Compton-Peacock Arts Trail 2017

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Anya Beaumont- Peacock Arts Trail 2017

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Anna Currey- Peacock Arts Trail 2017

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