FRUITFUL

Media: Stoneware ceramics, Sold

Artwork description

Installed at Gunnislake Train Station. There are twelve fruit bushes, each depicting a different aspect of the Tamar Valley and and ‘planted’ on a soil of words. Every child at Delaware and Gunnislake schools was involved in designing the fruit and the pressing in their choice of word.

Returns policy

Please note the following is required for a returns request to be accepted:

The request has to be less than 14 days since you have received the artwork, the artwork must be in the same condition as it arrived and in appropriate packaging––ideally in its original packaging. Please note artworks must be carefully returned in their original packaging* (where possible) in order to qualify for a refund. It is important therefore that you take care when unpacking received artworks. For artworks that arrived damaged we ask for a photo of the damage to be provided so that the artist can learn more about what went wrong with their particular shipment. Drawn to the Valley will pay for returns where items were damaged on arrival [*If the packaging was insufficient, please package to the best of your ability and be sure to take pictures for insurance purposes.] The artwork is returned directly to the artist.

Please note: you have 14 days from receipt of the artwork in which to request a return and a further 14 days in which to fulfill it

Rosie Fierek BA (Hons) PGCE Ceramic-wise Rosie is best known in the Tamar Valley for her large murals. These include: The Albaston ‘Welcome Tree’, the Tavistock ‘Charter Tree’, the Gunnislake Station ‘Fruitful’, the Saltash ‘Fisherfolk’, the Calstock ‘Tamar Valley Line…

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