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Two Sliced Cedars by David Nash

 Carving Two Sliced Cedars

07 Jun 2012

 A gallery showing the carving of Two Sliced Cedars.


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Cork Dome at Kew Gardens

 Making Cork Dome

07 Jun 2012

 A gallery following the making of Cork Dome, from the cork tree harvest in Portugal to Kew Gardens.


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Three Butts at Kew Gardens

Carving Three Butts

07 Jun 2012

 A gallery showing the carving of Three Butts.


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Photo: Mizunara Bowl, a sculpture by David Nash

Making Mizunara Bowl

06 Jun 2012

David Nash carved Mizunara Bowl in the snow. This gallery follows its making.


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Taking your time

by: Philip Smith, International Garden Photographer blog
06 Jun 2012

Philip Smith considers his recent workshops and lectures on the theme of ‘Better Plant and Garden Photography’ and notes that photography, like coffee, is better if it's not instant.

Iron Dome at Kew

Casting Iron Dome in China

06 Jun 2012

 A gallery of photos following the making of Iron Dome in China.


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Oculus Block by David Nash

Making Oculus Block

06 Jun 2012

Oculus Block was made in California. This gallery follows its making.


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David Nash sculptures arrive in the Gallery

by: Joanne Seaton, Library, Art and Archives blog
01 Jun 2012

Read about the Gallery Team's exciting preparations for the David Nash exhibition.

Mapping the Harapan Rainforest - how we did it

by: Jenny Williams, GIS team blog
24 May 2012

Find out how Kew's GIS unit used remote sensing and field work to produce vegetation maps for the Harapan Rainforest Project.

Three Butts by David Nash at Kew Gardens

David Nash at Kew - Princess Of Wales Conservatory sculptures

23 May 2012

Find out more about the sculptures on display in and around the Princess of Wales Conservatory, as part of the David Nash at Kew: A Natural Gallery exhibition.


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