Mixed Media Wall: Trentham

These photographs were taken by Max Darby in June, 2013


Opposite the Red Beard Bakery in country Trentham this wall has been constructed using a variety of solid forms made from brick, stones, cement, insulation materials, rusted metal, ceramic and plastic piping and other found or recycled materials.


Together they provide an interesting and rather strangely appealing aesthetic quality.


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9 Responses to “Mixed Media Wall: Trentham”

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