Sue Windley, resident sculptor at Wroxham Barns in the Broads has created a new two-metre marble resin sculpture for the barns. Located outside the new LeGrice Roses shop and plant centre, it is highly visible to visitors as they arrive.
Liz Barnes from LeGrice Roses named the sculpture ‘Tumbling Waves’ and accompanied by Sue Windley and Ian Russell, Wroxham Barns Director, toasted the new sculpture with Wroxham Barns Bitter.
Sue Windley said: “My sculpture is an abstract wave form, so Tumbling Waves is a very suitable name. I am very interested in liquid technology and the behaviour of waves. My work is primarily inspired by nature ranges in size from small pieces made to be held, up to life size model figures. I use a wide range of materials including stone, wood, plastic, resin and paint.”
A former student of the Norwich School of Art, Sue has exhibited extensively, across the UK. Her work has been shown at the Surrey Sculpture Society in Polesden Lacey, the Woodstock Museum in Oxford and locally, at the John Innes Centre and the Grapevine Gallery in Norwich.
For more information contact Sue Windley tel. 01603 781700, email:firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photograph left to right: Sue Windley, Ian Russell and Liz Barnes with Tumbling Waves.