About the owl Trigiforms is an eye-catching celebration of colour and form. The scientific name for Owls is Strigiformes. Artist Sue Guthrie took this as her starting point to create an Owl based on triangles called Trigiformes. Trigonometry being the branch of maths that studies relationships involving lengths and angles of triangles. This owl is equally about the relationships between the shades and hues of the different colours used in the design. Trigiforms will be nesting at Milsom Place, the Bath shopping and dining destination with two beautiful courtyards located between Milsom Street and Broad Street.
About the sponsor Shopping and dining destination, with two beautiful courtyards located between Milsom Street and Broad Street.
About the artist Sue now works predominantly to commission and has gained an ever growing reputation for her corporate commissions. Her strong creative skills and commitment to high quality work have been fundamental to her achievments. She followed up her 1st Class Hons. degree by taking a Masters degree in Fine Art twelve years ago. She has exhibited widely, from Edinburgh Castle to Whitely's, London, has shown with Ikon Touring, Walsall Museum and Art gallery and has achieved awards from West Midlands Arts. Her work is very varied from painting to digital work and film (her time-lapse photography has been used by Carlton TV).
Where? Milsom Place, 41 Milsom Street, Bath, BA1 1DN. Opposite Carluccios, next to the lift in Milsom Place. On view 0600-midnight.