Surrey Sculpture Society comes to Claremont this Summer
In partnership with Surrey Sculpture Society, we are delighted to be installing a new sculpture trail this summer running from 8th June to 14th July 2024.
Created by some of the nation’s greatest landscape gardeners, Claremont Landscape Garden was created as a place for pleasure and relaxation for its owners. With striking vistas and playful architectural features like the grass amphitheatre, serpetine lake and grotto, a walk around Claremont has always been a pleasure for its visitors. The addition of the new sculpture trail, which has been specially curated by Surrey Sculpture Society, will provide an exciting evolution to the garden.
Miranda Barber, the SSS Exhibition Manager commented: “We are delighted to be preparing for a new sculpture trail this summer at the historic Claremont Landscape Garden. The stunning gardens are a perfect backdrop to showcase this varied and interesting collection of original artworks.”
Rhona MacCallum, General Manager of Claremont Landscape Garden, added: “We are excited to welcome Surrey Sculpture Society to Claremont for the first time, especially in their 30th year. We are looking forward to seeing the garden enriched by original art works and hope our visitors will enjoy this new dimension.”
The trail, which will encompass the serpentine lake and surrounding areas, will be fully accessible allowing all visitors to enjoy the wide-ranging exhibition of original art created by both professional and emerging sculptors. All works will be for sale.
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