Far Out at Sea

Far Out At Sea continued the themes from the exhibition, Earth’s Human Shores and included two of the lead panels. The new panels told a story of a storm at sea and illustrated the way changes and upheavals in one’s life can be challenging and sometimes frightening but can also lead to glorious new opportunities. The title for the exhibition was taken from the first line of a poem by Ted Hughes.  “This house has been far out at sea all night”. The new panels were made using a combination of machine rolled and antique hand blown glass and were constructed with copper foil. The exhibition is at Liverpool Cathedral until 5th February.

Brief introduction to the exhibition on opening night.

 

Night Waits

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Brooding Storm
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Heaving Waves
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Foaming Waters
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Big Rollers
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Come to Shore
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Dawn Breaking
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Sun Dancing on the Waters
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