PRESS: Saved from collapse, sculptor Elisabeth Frink’s studio to be resurrected within 13th-century barn

The Art Newspaper
by Anna Brady, March 2020


After saving it from rack and ruin last year, Messums Wiltshire is to reconstruct the studio of the British sculptor Elisabeth Frink within its 13th-century tithe barn near the town of Tisbury.

The studio, which has cost a total of £100,000 to buy and restore, will form the exhibition space for A Place Apart—Saving Elisabeth Frink’s Studio (25 April to 28 June), which will feature archival photographs of Frink at work in the studio alongside some of her original plasters, tools and objects all salvaged from her former home at Woolland in Dorset, where Frink lived from 1977 until her death in 1993.  READ MORE


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