Non Fiction: Coffee Table Book. First published: 2015. Hardback: 168 pages.
Co-authors: Anthony Burn and Jacqueline Cockroft
In the past two to three decades, public artworks have grown both in number and in importance throughout the country. The days of inconsequential corporate symbols have thankfully given way to significant meaningful pieces that complement their settings and stand on their own merits.
The county of Suffolk is no exception with a wealth of captivating art installations in interesting and sometimes surprising locations. Many are by internationally acclaimed artists, including Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Geoffrey Clarke and John Ravera as well as contemporary artists of equal stature such as Ben Langlands, Nikki Bell, Maggi Hambling and Sarah Lucas.
The Art of Suffolk is a celebration of, and guide to the fascinating and often beautiful public art that has been installed in all parts of the county.