Sculptures by David Michael Morse located at 9BZ, Cotswold Way, Bath BA1 9BY, UK

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Sculptures by David Michael Morse bath
Sculptures by David Michael Morse bath
Sculptures by David Michael Morse bath
Sculptures by David Michael Morse bath
Sculptures by David Michael Morse bath
Sculptures by David Michael Morse bath
Sculptures by David Michael Morse bath
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Steven Crooks

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These sculptures strategically placed in a circle appeared seemingly overnight about a year or two

4/ 5

These sculptures strategically placed in a circle appeared seemingly overnight about a year or two ago in a field adjacent to the 6th Green at our Lansdown Golf Club .They are very eye catching and cleverly sculpted. A bit spooky and could be mistaken for some kind of sacred spiritual ritual perhaps they are ? I need to investigate.

John Bennett

5 Google Rating

Scrap art at its finest. A stark reminder that the grim reaper waits for all of us.

5/ 5

Scrap art at its finest. A stark reminder that the grim reaper waits for all of us.

Patrick Woodcock

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

Steven Crooks

4 Google Rating

These sculptures strategically placed in a circle appeared seemingly overnight about a year or two

4/ 5

These sculptures strategically placed in a circle appeared seemingly overnight about a year or two ago in a field adjacent to the 6th Green at our Lansdown Golf Club .They are very eye catching and cleverly sculpted. A bit spooky and could be mistaken for some kind of sacred spiritual ritual perhaps they are ? I need to investigate.

Patrick Woodcock

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

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