Exhibitions
January 2, 2020
PUBLISHED BY: Sally Fawkes
https://gardengallery.uk.com/galleries/2020-exhibition-all-the-fading-landscapehttps://gardengallery.uk.com/galleries/2020-exhibition-all-the-fading-landscape "All the Fading Landscape"  Summer Exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture, Ceramics and Lettering for Gardens and Interiors, with the spotlight on the significance of Gilbert White, 'the father of ecology' and parson-naturalist from Selborne, Hampshire. 2020 marks the tercentenary of the birth of Gilbert White, author of 'The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne'. As...
January 1, 2020
PUBLISHED BY: Sally Fawkes
August at Rabley Gallery brings nature and a breathe of fresh air to their summer exhibition. The tree lined courtyard garden is a perfect backdrop for glass sculptures by Richard Jackson and Sally Fawkes, and baroque inspired ceramics by Jo Taylor. Inside the gallery are beautiful new prints by artists including Prudence Ainslie, Amy-Jane Blackhall,...
PUBLISHED BY: Sally Fawkes
https://www.friendsofthegarden.org.uk In 1969, sculptor, Roger Leigh, held a 'first' in sculpture exhibitions in private gardens in the UK. In the garden of West Leaze, 18 sculptors, all men included Henry Moore, Hubert Dalwood, Austin Wright and William Pye exhibited their sculptures. A prominent woman sculptor, Barbara Hepworth, made her displeasure very plain in a letter...