Artists go 'back to their roots' with Norden Farm exhibition

Artists go 'back to their roots' with Norden Farm exhibition

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Sophie Flowers

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Artists go 'back to their roots' with Norden Farm exhibition
Adam Watts (left), Alex Edwards and Michael Denyer

Two former Cox Green School pupils are opening a collaborative show at Norden Farm Centre for the Arts in Maidenhead on Saturday.

Artist Adam Watts, 24, of Highway Road, and architecture graduate Michael Denyer, 24, of Hasting Close, Bray, have joined forces with Oxford artist Alex Edwards, 24, for the Structures and Spaces exhibition.

Adam, who completed a BA in fine art at London Metropolitan University, described the exhibition at Norden Farm as 'going back to our roots'.

He said: "It is a chance for us to revisit areas that we knew when growing up; knowing the area has helped with finding materials to use.

"Five minutes from Norden Farm, on the edge of a school playing field, lay a number of fallen Elm trees which we have recycled to become an integral part of the exhibition."

The installation at Norden Farm is on until Sunday, April 8 from 10am to 10pm daily (except Monday).

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