Peter Randall-Page is a world famous sculptor living and working in Drewsteignton. From 1990 to 1996 he worked with the arts and environmental charity COMMON GROUND to create a series of sculptures set into the landscape around Drewsteignton.  The objective was to promote the idea of ‘local distinctiveness’ as a means of engaging people with their local environment. His inspirations are the landscape and a fascination with growth and form in the natural world, particularly the underlying geometric principles which support the huge variety of natural structures. For more information and pictures of his work, visit PETER RANDALL-PAGE.COM.

On our walk we visited 7 sculptures some of which are pictured here.

 

A secret place. Photo: Hilary Luce

A secret place. Photo: Hilary Luce

 

 

Burrowstone. Photo: Hilary Luce

Burrowstone. Photo: Hilary Luce

 

 

Dartmoor Granite. Photo: Hilary Luce

Dartmoor Granite. Photo: Hilary Luce

 

 

Passage view. Photo: Hilary Luce

Passage view. Photo: Hilary Luce

 

 

Passage. Photo: Hilary Luce

Passage. Photo: Hilary Luce

 

 

Village Garden. Photo: Hilary Luce

Village Garden. Photo: Hilary Luce