To finish the Caro@Chatsworth series I have put my favorite sculptures of the exhibition together. Otherwise you will soon become too bored with all my close up photographs.

Emma gate is the title of this sculpture by Sir Anthony Caro at Chatsworth house,modern and contemporary sculpture made from steel,some sculptures are painted and others allowed to rust,
Double flats by Sir Anthony Caro, a British sculpture and artist trained at the Royal Academy,

Sir Anthony Caro "Double Flats" 1974

With “Double Flats” you can see the openings which need an inquisitive mind to go and see what is there. I’m naturally nosey when it comes to art! Next is the “Forum”, and this is my favorite sculpture, I would like to have this in my garden.

"Forum" by Double flats by Sir Anthony Caro, a British sculpture and artist trained at the Royal Academy,

Sir Anthony Caro "Forum" 1992-1994

Caro’s finale of the exhibition is his “Goodwood Steps”, a monumental creation…I just wanted to climb the steps, the feeling to do so was compelling, but I wasn’t courageous enough. This exhibition for me, was more  than just a process of ticking “seen it”, it was about exploration and contemplation and stimulating emotions.

Sir Anthony Caro   "Goodwood Steps" 1994-1996 forms the finale of sculptures at Chatsworth house 2012,

Sir Anthony Caro "Goodwood Steps" 1994-1996

With my children waiting patiently for me under the tree at the top of this picture, I knew my time of self-indulgence was drawing to an end…

You will also see:

  • “Vespers”
  • “Fathom”
  • “Cliff song”
  • “Skimmer flat”
  • “Pleats flat”
  • “Scorched flat”

         Caro at Chatsworth 28th March – 1 July 2012

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