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Michaela and Chris Goan

Who can measure breadth of sea

Unusually for us, this time the sculpture came before the poem. Chris took a half-finished idea of Michaela’s and staged it on a driftwood sea. The poem is a riff on Psalm 139- the one with these magnificent words; “If I rise with the wing of the dawn and settle on the far side of the sea, even there your hand will guide me…” The piece is part of our on going exploration of the great connection between all things. Weight 2190g Price DOES NOT include delivery. Due to the nature of the piece, please contact the gallery to discuss collection/delivery options.




£ 270.00 


55 x 20 base, 28 tall, cm



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Michaela and Chris Goan

Mark Ward’s paintings all relate to the natural world. Most are developed from experiences of landscapes and creatures locally or in more exotic climes. Just as East Anglian artists from Gainsborough to Grayson Perry have used found and perceived low art materials, so does Mark interpret nature. He constructs stage sets in his Suffolk studio, using paper, string, clay and all sorts of rescued items. These are closely observed and painted using acrylic. The sets are lit to create drama and emphasise the nature of the construction materials. Mark has exhibited in London, New York, Italy and across England.