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'Warwick Field'

On Sunday morning, the Chapel service at Warwick School celebrated the 'Warwick Field'.

A collection of over 1,200 clay sculptures standing together in a crowd, this collection has been made by the majority of the school community. The artwork represents the values of community, tolerance and democracy and is inspired by the British Sculptor Anthony Gormley (creator of the Angel of the North).

The field is an installation made up of hundreds of small, clay humanoid sculptures that stand side by side looking out towards the spectator.