By Haddenham Webteam - 31st July 2015 9:00am
Sculpture in the Garden returns to Turn End from Saturday 8th August to Sunday 16th August when the garden will once again provide an intimate and beautiful setting to over 80 pieces of sculpture from 15 different artists.
The exhibition is open from 11am-6pm daily, and the entry is free.
Blending nature with art, visitors will be able to explore and buy from an enticing selection of traditional and contemporary artworks from local, national and international artists.
Hand-picked by Lendon Scantlebury and co-curated by Jackie Hunt, Turn End's gardener (who was originally a museum curator & archaeologist), Lendon will be demonstrating how sculpture can highlight aspects of any garden, large or small, by bringing beautiful and varied sculptures in many different media including stone, glass, wood and steel. From traditional statuary to pieces inspired by plants and animals, the sculptures will complement any size and style of garden and all budgets.
All sculptures will be available for sale. Tea and cakes will also be available throughout the exhibition.
To find out more about this and other events at Turn End, click here.
You can also contact the Turn End Charitble Trust by Telephone: 07591 018601 or by Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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