The Garden Gallery at Architectural Plants
The Garden Gallery exhibited contemporary sculpture for gardens at Architectural Plants, near Pulborough in Sussex this summer. A number of the gallery's regular artists showed sculpture in stone, bronze, steel, glass and ceramic. Those taking part were Mark Beattie MRSS, Nadine Collinson, Sioban Coppinger FRSS, Sally Fawkes MRSS, Lucianne Lassalle, Eric Marland, Charlotte Mayer FRSS, Jason Mulligan MRSS, Rosie Musgrave MRSS, Ben Russell, Tracey Sheppard FGE, Will Spankie, Roger Stephens MRSS, Guy Stevens MRSS, Mark Stonestreet, Sarah Walton and Neil Wilkin.
The Garden Gallery is delighted to be collaborating with Architectural Plants, which is a highly regarded centre of excellence, supplying superb plants from an impressive site.
Please contact Rachel Bebb at The Garden Gallery or Guy Watts at Architectural Plants for more information.
The Garden Gallery at Salisbury Museum
The Garden Gallery is helping Salisbury Museum with sculptures for 'The Wessex Plinth', a space in the Museum's forecourt opposite the Cathedral. Currently showing is Almuth Tebbenhoff FRSS with her large marble sculpture Anello Flow (click on Galleries/Abstract Sculpture in Stone for an image and dimensions). Almuth was preceded by Goliath, a monumental sculpture by Johannes von Stumm FRSS. Almost 280 cms tall, Goliath is made from Cornish granite, stainless steel and glass. This sculpture is now at Architectural Plants near Pulborough in Sussex.
The marble model for Anello Flow, Anellino Flow, is for sale at the gallery. Click on Galleries/Abstract Sculptures in Stone for an image.
The Garden Gallery at The Grange Festival 2017
The gallery exhibited sculpture by Charlotte Mayer FRBS, Peter Randall-Page FRBS, Jon Buck FRBS, Shelley Robzen MRBS, Sally Fawkes MRBS & Richard Jackson MRBS, and Salvatore Anselmo at The Grange Festival last summer. See also 'Exhibitions'.
The grounds at The Grange, near Winchester, have been returned to their Arcadian glory by eminent landscape architect, Kim Wilkie. To read more about this stunning Festival of opera, click the link below.