Exhibitions Diary 2019

We are delighted to be exhibiting our garden sculptures / garden art at a number of amazing venues through the summer making for a great day out. If you can’t make it to one of the events and would like to take a closer look at some of our sculptures please do get in touch, we always have a selection of our garden sculpture on show at our workshops near Chichester, West Sussex.

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The Chichester Art Trail
Sculpture at Beaulieu
Sussex Prairie Gardens
Sculpture at Marks Hall
The Henley Arts Trail

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Sculpture at Beaulieu

Beaulieu is in the heart of the New Forest National Park in a stunning location overlooking the beautiful Beaulieu River. The Palace House and gardens are home to the Montagu family and the world famous motor museum. It’s an area we know extremely well, being not too far from home  and are really excited to be asked to exhibit.

We will be exhibiting our Herd of Deer that should be at home near to the New Forest along with some of our more contemporary bespoke sculptures. The bespoke sculptures don’t currently featur eon the website but please do contact us if you are interested.


Dates – 25th May to 14th July

Private View – TBC

Opening Times – 10.00am to 5pm

Venue – Beaulieu, New Forest,
SO42 7ZN



Five days in May, a delightful art trail encompassing some of West Sussex’s most beautiful villages, it’s an opportunity to explore some of the more interesting byways and villages that network through this beautiful corner of West Sussex.

It’s our fourth year on the trail and we will be showing a range of our garden sculpture and garden art including our Deer sculptures and swathes of Cow Parsley seedheads swaying in the wind that were so popular last year. I’m currently working on a couple of new pieces that are still on the drawing board but I’m hoping to have ready and we will also be showing some more bespoke pieces that aren’t currently on the website.

Exhibited in a garden setting with great views to the South Downs, why not come for a look around, a sit down and a cuppa and cake.       The perfect day out !

4th, 5th, 6th May & 11th, 12th May

Opening Times
10.30am to 5.30pm


sculpture chichester art trail by garden art and sculpture.

Garden Art and Sculpture exhibiting at Sussex Prairie Gardens

Sussex Prairie Gardens

Prairie Gardens is one of our favorite places and we are extremely lucky to have had our work on display for a number of years and to be invited back again for 2019. Making several visits it’s great to see the gardens change with the seasons and to sample the fabulous cakes.The gardens are stunning, well worth a visit.

Sculpture is an integral part of the gardens and has been sympathetically installed to further enhance the naturalistic planting.The gardens near Henfield, West Sussex were created by Pauline and Paul McBride. Surrounded by mature oaks, the eight acre garden has a series of arched borders with impressive drifts of plants in soft muted colors which contrasts leaf forms, stems, stalks, flower shapes and textures. The borders encourage exploration and adventure and visitors are welcome to roam along tiny paths in amongst the mighty plants and sculptures to further enjoy the experience.

We will be installing our Cow Parsley, Wild Clematis, and Sheep sculptures with the swathes of swaying grasses forming the perfect backdrop for our sculptures. Can’t wait to see them on a summers afternoon with the warm hues of the rusted finish glowing in the sun and perhaps a glass of wine or two.

The Unusual Plant Fair

The Unusual Plant Fair on Sunday 1st September is a great event with stalls set up around the gardens. It’s a chance to by that unusual plant from one of the expert plantsmen or one of your favorites from the garden that are available from the gardens own shop. As well as plant stalls, there are a number of artists stalls displaying a range of work to compliment the planting in your garden. The Fair opens at 11am and is well worth a trip.


Normal Opening times – 1st June to October. Daily. Open 1pm to 5pm. (Closed Tuesdays)
Teas, coffees and delicious home baking are available

Address – Morlands Farm, Wheatsheaf Road, Henfield, West Sussex, England, BN5 9AT

Website Visit the Sussex Prairie Gardens Website

The Henley Arts Trail

We are really pleased to be invited to take part in the trail as part of an ‘Art in the Garden showcase’ by the Big Plant Nursery and RHS gold medal winning garden designers, Creative Landscapes.  The showcase will feature work by several artists, set off by the mature plants at the nursery, in Twyford near Reading. We will be showing a small ‘Herd of Deer‘, ‘A Pair of Sandpipers‘ and ‘A Swathe of Wild Clematis‘.

Now in its 14th year, Henley Arts Trail is bigger and better than ever and formed of 32 venues which can be found between Bix in the north and Twyford and Waltham St Lawrence in the south. Those venues are host to artists from well known award winners to wonderful up and coming artists.

Sounds like a great event and well worth a visit if you live in the Oxford, Reading Henley area.

DatesSaturday 4th May: 9am-5pm,  Sunday 5th May: 11am-4.30pm,  Monday 6st  May: 11am-4.30pm
Venue 16 – The Big Plant Nursery, Wargrave Road, Twyford,
Reading, RG10 9PN

Website – Visit The Exhibition Website


Garden Art at Henley Arts Trail

Sculpture at Marks Hall

A stunning exhibition of more than 230 pieces from over 30 national and international sculptors displayed throughout the inspirational Marks Hall Gardens and Arboretum, including the spectacular Gondwanaland with it’s extremely rare Wollemi Pines.

The Gardens and Arboretum feature a tree collection from all the temperate areas of the world set in more than 200 acres of historic landscape providing interest and enjoyment throughout the year. Paths wander through the Arboretum, with beautiful vistas across the lakes and a host of exotic trees from around the world, plus the inspired combination of traditional and contemporary planting in the 18th Century Walled Garden.

We will be showing our Herd of Deer, an inslallation of our Wild Clematis seedheads and The Tulip one of our more contemporary sculptures


Dates – Saturday 20th July – Sunday 1st September
Opening Times – 10.00am – 6.00pm,   Tuesday to Sunday
Venue – Marks Hall, Coggeshall, Essex, CO6 1TG

Website Visit The Exhibition Website




 We have a few more invites to exhibitions in 2019
and will be adding the details in the near future.


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