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Monday, February 26
Sculpture & Architecture

Sculptors and Architects one and the same
**At the Carriage House-the Vintage**
by David Worthington.

THE LECTURE

The first architects were likely the stonemasons who built temples and cathedrals. In the ancient world that building was a plinth for a sculpture such as the golden Athena on the Parthenon. Over time sculpture became decoration before being stripped away by the 'less is more' credo. The lecture will trace this inter-relationship showing how in an age of computer-aided design an understanding of sculpture is more important than ever for architecture.

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THE LECTURER

David has been drawn to abstract sculpture since seeing Barbara Hepworth in a schoolbook. he graduated in Philosophy and Theology from Oxford in 1984, then studied fine art in London, Barcelona, and New York. A sculptor with many international commissions, he also curates and writes about art. he was shortlisted for the Jerwood Sculpture Prize in 2009.

ARRIVE FROM 6:15 PM   |  LECTURE 7 PM

**This lecture is being held at the Carriage House, the Vintage**

 

HELP SUPPORT THE FUTURE OF ART

Raffle tickets are sold at the door and cost $2.00 each or 3 for $5.00. Two winning tickets are drawn and the first winner takes the first pick. The raffle is drawn at the conclusion of the lecture.

David Worthington
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