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In Henry Moore's temporary plastic studio
Inside of the plastic studio the light was perfect; it reminded me of the times I made my first sculptures outside. It is good to work in the open air, but it has its limitations. Having enough space and the possibility to build a transparent studio like this is a blessing. In the warmer seasons it does rain too often in England te work outside.
Henry Moore's studio Hoglands in Perry Green in Much Hadham, England.
After completing the Lincoln Center sculpture, this studio was used to make various other large works, such as Double Oval, Two-Piece Knife Edge and Nuclear Energy (which Henry Moore used to call Nuclear Piece, but changed that because the pronunciation piece and peace are the same in English).