Greek gods, tagelmust attired Tuareg musicians from the Sahara, a bronze fox skulking across the grass, swirling multimedia figures, stunning stained glass creations and bronze and marble sculptures based on Buddhist prayer wheels are all waiting to welcome the visitor to this year’s Sculpture Festival.
Now an established event in the South West arts and gardening calendar, this year’s Festival features more sculptors than ever before, working in a wide range of different materials.
The Botanic Garden provides a unique setting with its own backdrop of sculptural elements including soaring bamboos, prehistoric tree ferns, giant leaves and exotic treasures in the glasshouses.
As well as the art attractions include attractions include demonstrations by chainsaw wood carver, Denius Parson; children’s trails, free tours of the garden and willow weaving workshops. Refreshments will be provided by the wonderful Chandos Deli in the Holmes.
Just One thing ...
Please remember to check with the garden that the event is taking place. Plans change, things happen and while we do our utmost best to be all correct and ship shape, we cannot guarantee that we've got it right.
Please let us know if there any mistakes ... enjoy your trip.
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