Sarah Mayhew Craddock
Sarah is an installation artist whose work is concerned with the psychology of space and perception. Showcasing recent photographic works inspired by local heritage, namely the relationship between industrial Teesside and her surrounding rural countryside, Sarah’s works call into question matters of interdependency, and intertwined existences.
School Farm, Nether Silton, Thirsk, North Yorkshire, YO7 2JZ
£5 to £1000
Drive through Nether Silton towards the hills passing the pub on the left and the church on the right. School Farm is on the right hand side. Drive through the white metal gates. Work will be displayed in the barn on the right hand side.
No disabled access. The barn is an old cow byre with concrete floor on different levels
No toilet in studio.
Work will be displayed in a redundant Grade II listed cow byre that until recently formed part of a local estate; the relationship between the local estates and the Industrial Revolution and the way in which this relationship has shaped the region is what has inspired the photographic work on display. There are some stunning walks through Silton Woods and along the Cleveland Way for those wishing to get some air into their lungs and survey the landscape that inspired the work.