Peter Randall-Page and Rock Art

I have written briefly about Peter Randall-Page here on Throughstones before – in general admiration for his profoundly integrating sculpture and art practice. He is probably best known for his large-scale stone sculptures made for public spaces, which draw upon the underlying patterns and deep geometry of nature. His public work is a precise and poetic response to site and context: his gallery work, multi-layered, multi-dimensional.
Here is a  short film about Peter Randall-Page visiting some of Africa’s most ancient musical stones on an island in Lake Victoria. It is featured in a current article in Resurgence: Film produced by Distant Object Productions:

And here, Peter talks about his work, as he prepares for an exhibition that took place towards the end of last year.

About throughstones

I am primarily a visual artist, living on the North Devon coast, a beautiful semi-rural area in South West England. I am interested in full engagement with 'place' and the eternal movement of life - particularly as it relates to what we call 'the natural environment'.
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