Eric Moss creates individual, nest-able sculpture and desktop/wall-mounted tessellated ‘waveforms’ in various scales, bodies and finishes. Standalone sculptures can combine with others to create novel display opportunities. Inspiration, from the natural and industrial worlds, has evolved the work into simple geometries which reveal subtle complexities on closer examination.
Crane House, Asenby, Thirsk N. Yorks YO7 3QT
Travelling on the A1(M), leave at Junc 49 (Dishforth Interchange) onto A168 dual carriageway heading north. After 2km, take 1st exit left (marked ‘Asenby'). Pass Crab & Lobster on right, then take 1st right marked ‘Asenby only'. After 100m, turn left (unnamed road), pass large conker tree on left (on the green) & Crane House is the 1st house on left after this tree. Please park considerately & come to back door.
2 car spaces on drive, or park on laneside beyond house (not the village green).
gallery space 3 steps up, garden & studio space 2x5 steps down.
Toilet, on ground floor of house up 2 steps (i.e. 40m distant and up 2 sets of 5 steps from studio).
To further enhance 'visitor experience' in 2020, raku firings (weather dependent) or sculpture-making techniques demonstrations will take place over both weekends. My rural studio is situated at the bottom of my garden (increasing studio’s ‘gallery’ space with outside displays) and has an inspiring riverside location.