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Sculptors at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show:
Sculpture for gardens and homes; sculpture for business; sculpture for parks and gardens, sculpture for garden designers and landscapers and sculpture for private and public commissions
THE Sculpture WEBSITE receives over 100,000 page views a month and this is where you will find fabulous sculptures in a wide variety of mediums including Brass Sculptures, Bronze Sculptures, Ceramic Sculptures, Galvanised Steel, Iron Sculptures, Lead Sculptures, Metal Sculptures, Plaster Sculptures, Reconstituted Stone, Recycled Metal Sculptures, Bronze Resin Sculptures, Steel Sculptures, Stainless Steel Sculptures, Stone Sculptures, Wood Carving and Wood Sculptures and Wire Sculptures. The web is what we do but we also know that there is no substitute for seeing sculpture in fabulous settings. Included on our sister website THE Gardening WEBSITE are hundreds of fabulous gardens to visit and can think of no better setting to promote sculpture so whenever we can we also look to promote sculpture exhibitions and happily these are increasing with fabulous venues across the country to see and buy sculpture.
The range of subjects is almost endless from Abstract Garden Sculptures, Fountains and Water Features, Garden Ornaments, Planters, Garden Pots, Garden Statuary, Sculptural Metal Artwork, Garden Sundials, Wildlife Sculptures, Domestic Animal Sculptures, and Figurative Sculptures. Many of our sculptors exhibit at the major RHS Garden Shows, at County Shows, Specialist Sculpture Exhibitions and increasingly fabulous gardens across the UK and most will undertake both private and public commissions. Some will have solo exhibitions.
The growing popularity of Sculpture and Garden Sculpture can be seen from the number of exhibitors at the major RHS Flower Shows including RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Hampton Court Flower Show and RHS Tatton Park Flower Show. Also at the major County Flower Shows and at major gardens throughout the country combining Gardens to visit with Garden Sculpture. Garden Designers and Landscapers have a fabulous choice of Sculpture to incorporate in their Garden Designs delivering the themes they are looking to achieve or an all important focal point for the Garden.
The Great British Sculpture Show - 5th April to 30th September at Hatfield House
Laura Antebi Wire Sculptures
Giles Rayner, Water Sculptor - creator of fabulous water sculptures for public and private houses, parks and gardens and a frequent exhibitor in the Show Gardens at Chelsea and major sculpture exhibitions around the country.
James Doran Webb - Driftwood Sculptor
David Harber - Sundials, Water Features, Garden Sculpture
Guruve Yet again, it’s an absolutely fantastic selection – lovely pieces by perennial favourites such as Onias Mupumha, Washington Matafi, Tanyanyiwa Nyandoro and Antony asamba, plus the best collection ever of pieces by Peter Gwisa and the star of the show this year, Munyaradzi Jeche, whose work is breath-taking.
Hamish Mackie - British Wildlife Sculptor - Hamish has recently won a major public art commission for six life and a quarter size bronze horses for Berkeley Homes Goodman’s Field development in London and so was unusually not at Chelsea this year.
Sculptors on THE Sculpture WEBSITE
Penny Hardy - Sculpture at Doddington Hall and Gardens
8th February 2014 to 9th July 2014
Rachel will be exhibiting at Henley Arts Trail and Oxfordshire Arts Week this year
See Judy Boyt's sculpture at The Great British Sculpture Show, Hatfield House
Emma Stothard - sculptures in willow
Increasingly Sculpture is also seen in public and corporate settings enhancing brands and helping to express the identity of organisations. It features widely in interior design and interior designers, architects, planners, garden designers and landscapers increasingly use Sculpture and Garden Sculpture as focal points for interior and exterior designs. Garden Sculpture and Sculpture can be very affordable - and in the current economic climate, arguably an extremely good investment. THE Gardening WEBSITE and THE Sculpture WEBSITE seek to show the complete range of Sculptures - whether for the private garden or home, for business or for the enjoyment of all in public parks, public footpaths, towns and cities.
We are delighted to be invited to Sculpture Exhibitions and where we can, we cover these on both THE Gardening WEBSITE and THE Sculpture WEBSITE - from Chatsworth House, the hundreds of fabulous National Trust properties included on THE Gardening WEBSITE which provide fabulous vistas made even more attractive with the additions of a strategically placed work of art to fabulous sculptures and venues such as Broomhill Art & Sculpture Foundation in glorious Devon.
Fresh Air 2013 Sunday 16th June to Sunday 7th July at Quenington Old Rectory in Gloucestershire
For a virtual tour of just some of the sculptures and exhibits at FRESH AIR 2013 please click the You Tube icon:
Sculpture at the Grove in Hertfordshire
We also include details of Sculpture Workshops - Stone Carving Workshops, Wood Carving Workshops and Metal Working workshops - who knows the un tapped talent that you might secretly be harbouring - so have a go - you'll get expert advice and tuition !
Humphrey Bowden has exhibited at The RHS Hampton Court Flower Show for the last 12 years and will be at Hampton Court again this year
Neil Wilkin exquisite chandeliers, glass flowers and interior design glassware and a very busy year.
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