A SCULPTURE made up entirely out of beer mats have been split into two and is now on display at two separate locations in Burton.
Artist David Booth’s epic beer mat sculpture ‘Pub Crawl’ has been split into two new artworks, one based at 107 Station Street and the other at The Making House, in Winshill.
The colossal artwork is made up of 100,000 Marston’s Pedigree drip mats for last year’s PINT Contemporary Arts Festival,
The new artwork, made from sections of the original sculpture, is called ‘Sometime’s I Need to Escape’.
Anna Roebuck, Owner of The Making House, said: “The window at The Making House provides a great space to introduce contemporary art and crafts to a broader audience. Many locals comment on how interesting the displays are, so I’m delighted that David has created a new work for us.
Tracy Hill, sales and marketing director at 107 Station Street, said: “It’s wonderful to be part of a creative journey.”