U5 Art Trip to Cass Sculpture Park
Tuesday 24th September 2013
On Wednesday 18 September, the Art Department took all of the U5 art students to CASS at the Goodwood Sculpture Park, for an Art study day.
Madalena Cuzziol-Edwards, U5, shares with us her experience of the sculpture park:
Going to Cass Sculpture Park was a fantastic experience. There were so many different sculptures, from small, human-sized ones to gigantic sculptures almost five times my size and it was quite a task finding them all as they were displayed in the idyllic setting of the woods. This proved to be a stunning backdrop, especially as the sun filtered through the leaves on to the art. My favourite sculpture has to be the “Regardless of History” by Bill Woodrow. This was a towering bronze sculpture, over nine metres tall, featuring a severed head with a book and tree on top. Sounds strange but it was amazing. Another interesting collection was Peter Burke’s art, consisting of the human head and whole figure in various different ways. Although we all got a bit muddy, despite being armed with Wellington boots, we all had a great day and an amazing experience!”
Please see below for a slideshow of photographs from the art trip