Artist's Way at Clumber Park

Artist discussing his work with a bystander

Artist’s Way creates links between the artistic community and Clumber Park, by providing opportunities to join one of our sessions with some of the most inspirational views on the Park. It is an expanding project that will cover the different seasons, and a wide variety of accessible and more adventurous locations in which artists can capture the spirit of Clumber Park.

Artist’s Way allows visiting artists the chance to explore the best and most inspirational views the Park has to offer with these open sessions. The idea was the brainchild of Martin Edwardson, a local artist and frequent Clumber Park visitor.

They are designed to guide artists through Clumber Park and its superb scenery, helping to capture the park for future generations as a part of Clumber Park Revitalised. Some areas, such as the Walled Kitchen Garden and the Chapel, must be booked in advance; to do so please contact claire.sarris@nationaltrust.org.uk or call 01909 511081

 

A tranquil waterfall at Clumber Park
Tranquil waterfall at Clumber Park
A tranquil waterfall at Clumber Park

When are the sessions?

Artist's Way sessions are held on the third Thursday of each month and are informal, open to all levels and abilities and are free of charge (normal park admission charges apply).  Participants should meet in the Cafe in the Main Visitor Facilities at 10:30am at the beginning of each session.  Children and young people under the age of 18 must be supervised by an adult at all times.

If you fancy taking part why not come along to our additional session on:

Friday 13th September 2019 - From 10:30 in the Chapel Grounds as part of our Heritage Open Day celebrations where entry to Clumber Park is free.

Coming up are the following sessions:

Thursday 19th September 2019 – Ornamental Bridge/Pleasure Grounds (Meet outside of the Main Café at 10:30am)

Thursday 24th October 2019 – Hardwick Village (Meet at The Broom Wagon/Hardwick Facilities at 10:30am)

Thursday 21st November 2019  – Chapel (Pencils and Paper only!) (Meet outside of the Main Café at 10:30am)