Meadowing exhibition


Butterflies and moths

Today in the studio I’m putting finishing touches to these moths and butterflies, ready for my Meadowing exhibition at Mortall Gallery in Barnard Castle.

The small collection of stone sculptures for the exhibition are pieces inspired by the meadow and grassland surrounding my workshop.

This year the meadow has been exceptional, the grasses have grown with such vibrancy, and are throng with insects and birds.   A meadow so full of life and rhythm, its magic has fed my imagination and brought a focus for the sculpture in the show.


Meadowing – an exhibition of stone sculpture at Mortall Gallery, Barnard Castle 17-31 July 2021





  1. Comment by Caroline:

    Your insect carvings, Jennifer, are exquisite. Butterflies and alabaster seem such a perfect pairing. I hope the exhibition went well. At long last butterfly numbers have risen in our garden, with Red Admirals topping the charts. We are delighted to have a few Small Tortoiseshells and Painted Ladies, who have not been frequent visitors in other years.

    • Reply by Jennifer:

      Thankyou Caroline – so pleased you liked the stone butterflies and I agree about the alabaster! What good news about your butterflies too. Many thanks.

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