Celebrating Art in the Garden

Image Credit: Dominic Clare- I Was In Two Minds

Urchfont Manor, Urchfont, Wiltshire SN10 4RF

01672 540180
admin@friendsofthegarden.org.uk
www.friendsofthegarden.org.uk

Friday 22 June 2018 – Sunday 08 July 2018
11am - 6pm
Opening Hours: Wednesday - Sunday. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays
Admission Fee: £5 Adults. Accompanied children under 16 free.
Tickets available on the gate on the day. For more information contact: Lesley Andrews 01672 540180 admin@friendsofthegarden.org.uk or Sophie Moysey 01249 701628 sophie.moysey@poundarts.org.uk

Urchfont Manor is a Grade 2* 17th century manor house. Its garden is currently being redesigned by award winning team del Buono Gazerwitz. It provides a stunning backdrop to an exhibition featuring over 100 pieces of contemporary sculpture.  The mix of figurative and abstract work provides the final touch to the garden, parts of which now includes alcoves, viewpoints, a maze and reflecting pool, all wonderful settings for an artist’s work. A café and popup shop are also on site.

This major exhibition takes contemporary sculpture out of the gallery and into its natural setting and is undertaken in partnership with local Corsham based charity Pound Arts www.poundarts.org.uk

The Friends of the Garden is a voluntary organisation with the objective of promoting contemporary sculpture to a wider public by organising exhibitions in private gardens in Wiltshire. We also support sculptors through a biennial bursary programme.

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