Silent Hobo, Bristol County Ground, Bristol, June 2021

3789. Bristol County Ground (1)

A few weeks ago, a friend organised a group (socially distanced by family) visit to a T20 cricket match at the Bristol County Cricket Ground, where Gloucestershire play their home games (Bristol was at one time in the county of Gloucestershire). This was the first match at the ground for 18 months and the sparse crowd created a great atmosphere. We had a really good time. My experience was, of course enhanced by the opportunity to find some Silent Hobo commissions that are within the ground. This is the first I am sharing on Natural Adbentures.

Silent Hobo, Bristol County Ground, Bristol, June 2021
Silent Hobo, Bristol County Ground, Bristol, June 2021

Silent Hobo is a brilliant artist and one of his many qualities is that he is able to work to a brief. In this piece he has faithfully recreated the cricket ground, with a match in progress, and the cricket ball bursting out of the wall. It is a quintessential English scene given the Silent Hobo treatment. So good to see it at last. More to come from this trip.

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scooj

I am Stephen. I live in Bristol, UK. I decided to shorten my profile...to this: Wildlife, haiku, travel, streetart, psychogeography and my family. Not necessarily in that order.

8 thoughts on “3789. Bristol County Ground (1)”

      1. When I pass on, I don’tknowht will happen to these stone; my chidren were born inthe USA and have no understaning of criket. I have to ponder.

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      2. Ha! I never thought of that. What an interesting idea. But then they will be lost and gone (forever). It would be so nice to present them to an up and coming umpire. We’ll see. Thanks Stephen for your idea.

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