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The Spirals of Life final show of ceramic sculptures is now on in Broomfield Park conservatory. Most of the previous sculptures are back, with a few new ones (look out for the Venus baby-trap!).

spirals of life ceramic pitcher plant in broomfield conservatoryA ceramic sculpture of a pitcher plant hanging among real pitcher plants in Broomfield ConservatoryIn addition, the work from the two ceramics workshops are being displayed. (Participants can collect their work next month from 3rd to 24th July, during normal opening hours.) There are also a couple of lovely paintings of bromeliads by young guest artist Sienna Colletta, who called in at the conservatory one day when I was stewarding, to draw and paint.

SPIRALS OF LIFESpirals of Life is finishing - but may reappear in some form, sometime in the future...Thanks to all who have supported it, visited the show or joined in the workshops, with particular thanks to the conservatory volunteers who have created such an inspiring place for us all to enjoy.Some of the sculptures will be sold at the end of the show, and a third of the funds raised will go to the conservatory. If you may be interested in purchasing one of the sculptures, please email Cathy at .

To see the final Spirals of Life show visit Broomfield Conservatory between 2.30 and 4.30 on a Wednesday or Sunday before the end of June.  Some of the exhibits may still be there for a while afterwards, depending on how quickly they are collected by their creators.

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