The 2016 sculpture exhibition at Withiel opens in May

← latest news | posted March 18, 2016

Terence Coventry piece for Withiel Sculpture Garden

This year’s eagerly anticipated exhibition opens in May. Please contact the gallery to arrange a visit.

Marrying contemporary art with landscape in a unique and spectacular way.

Nestled in an ancient Cornish village, a handful of miles from the Atlantic coast, the Withiel sculpture garden marries contemporary art with landscape in a unique and spectacular way.

Works large and small by a rich mix of respected artists currently occupy the gardens, orchard and woodland of this 17th century estate, where Lemon Street Gallery owner Louise Jones is fulfilling her dream to create a beautiful, organic outdoor exhibition space, open by appointment.

Developed over five years with the guidance of world-renowned landscape designer Anthony Paul, and the tireless labour of a team of supporters, it is a place that invites you to linger. A gentle stroll through the five-acre plot offers an eclectic journey of sculptural delight. There’s something special around every corner – in the bluebell wood, along the paths and borders, on the formal lawns, and even among the fruit, vegetables and flowers of the kitchen garden.

View images from Withiel 2015 here.

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