Sculpture to be celebrated with exhibition at Borde Hill Garden

Borde Hill Garden will be transformed this summer into an outdoor gallery.

Friday, 30th April 2021, 5:06 pm
'1. The Wind Beneath My Wings' - by Jeremy Moulsdale in bronze resin SUS-210422-122512001

The gardens, located north of Haywards Heath will be home to a sculpture exhibition from Friday, May 7 to Thursday, September 30.

Form in Nature will see more than 80 sculptures placed throughout the garden, with a diverse display of abstract and figurative works, in a celebration of art which will highlight fresh new talent alongside some familiar names.

Andrewjohn Stephenson Clarke, family owner of Borde Hill, said: “This is the 22nd anniversary of our sculpture exhibition, and we’re delighted to support the wonderful artists and their impressive works, which celebrate local creativity at a time when we all need a touch of magic.”

Guests will encounter ‘Greer, Guardian Angel’ by Ed Elliott, which won Sculpture of the Year at the Cotswold Sculpture Park.

Visitors will also come across stone carvings, alongside works in resin, metal and glass.

Many pieces draw inspiration from the natural world, including ‘Sycamore Spin’ by Zoe Singleton, ‘Ammonite’ by Nicola Axe and ‘Falling Water’ by Richard Cresswell.

Smaller pieces will be exhibited inside the Glasshouse and Green Tree Gallery, encouraging visitors to explore every nook and cranny of the historic garden and grounds.

All works will be on sale.

The exhibition will run daily from Friday May 7 to Thursday, September 30 with admission included in the standard entry price.

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