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Ecco II, Carrara marble, 42 x 44 x 17 cms Rosie Musgrave 'I work with an ancient and beautiful material whose qualities certainly challenge and enrich my experience of making sculpture. Much of the stone I carve is over 140 million years old, laid down in the Jurassic age. Stone holds for me a sense of stillness and presence. I often work in limestone, marble and alabaster that will work to a sensual and textural finish. The sculptures I carve invite touch and often express a sense of symmetry that doesn't seek to challenge but rather to reassure. I am conscious of being part of an ancient tradition of stone-carvers and draw inspiration from this rich heritage.'Click here to view more work by Rosie Musgrave