On Saturday we visited Gloucester Cathedral to see Crucible 2, an exhibition of fabulous sculptures. This is the second exhibition of its kind at this venue and I can see exactly why as the Cathedral makes a wonderful setting.
Walking in through the main entrance we were met by Pilgrim by David Backhouse . What an amazing face.
Then through the door to be confronted with The Thief by David Mach. An imposing, larger than life sculpture.
One of my favourite pieces was Sue Freeborough's Let There be Spaces in your Togetherness.
All of the Cathedral is used to display the 100 sculptures, from the Crypt, the Cloisters to the College Green.
In the Cloister Garth was Beyond Silence by Ann Christopher, such a contrast to the architecture surrounding it in this peaceful garden in the centre of the Cloisters.
As the sun was shining yesterday we decided to find some autumnal colours and visited Bodenham Arboretum which is situated between Kidderminster and Bridgnorth. We were not disappointed!
Hope you have all had as much fun as I have this weekend.