An exciting, inspiring and beautiful array of artwork by some of the world's best-known sculptors in the grounds of Doddington Hall & Gardens.
The exhibition, which is Doddington's largest yet, is a showcase of more than 300 sculptures that are also be available to buy. Highlight works include:
- A huge, vibrantly coloured sculpture designed by the acclaimed Diane Maclean, installed in the Ha Ha boundary with the parkland providing the perfect backdrop;
- Impressive water sculptures, designed by Anne Curry, meanwhile, installed in two fountains in the Hall’s West Garden;
- Heather Jansch, who is famed for her life size horse artwork shaped in driftwood, resin and bronze, has created six 6ft horse's heads especially for this show, positioned in various spots throughout the gardens;
- In the Stable Yard area, you will find indoor gallery spaces displaying 120 sculptures plus the brand new Ceramics at Doddington exhibition curated by Preston Fitzgerald. This featuring pieces by emerging artists as well as established names ranging from figurative and sculptural to functional items such as vases, bowls and plates.
You can view these, as well as sculptures from the likes of Anna Berry, Tom Hiscock and Michael Speller, as they stroll through the walled gardens, grounds and park.
The Sculpture at Doddington exhibition has been created by David Waghorne, who is bringing new and exciting pieces that have been created specifically for our exhibition and have not been seen before.
The Hall, which dates back to 1600, is still a lived-in and much-loved family home and regularly hosts events. Extend your visit by visiting the Hall too: it is open Sundays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Bank Holiday Mondays throughout the exhibition, 12pm - 4:30pm.