The Shoreham Sculpture Trail, which will be on display from 17 - 18 June, 11am - 5pm, showcases 200 works by 75 artists across 30 gardens in Shoreham Village, Kent.
There will be a huge range of works on show: monumental sculpture, works in metal and stone, ephemeral works, interactive works and even performance works. Many of the artists involved are prominent UK sculptors: for example, Henry Castle, winner of the Forest of Dean Sculpture Commission, 2016, and Katie Hayward, finalist for the Broomhill National Sculpture Prize, 2017 (winner yet to be announced). The gardens of Shoreham Village, many of which are on the river, provide a beautiful environment in which to view sculpture, which you may either appreciate independently or with the help of a number of the exhibiting sculptures, who will be present to meet visitors along the Trail and give talks on their work.
Tickets £10 per person a day or £15 for both days (£11.21/£16.52 on Eventbrite), with one catalogue included per couple. Under 15s free. Group discounts available. Visitors are encouraged to come for a whole day and refreshments are on sale in various gardens. Ample parking. To purchase tickets in advance, visit http://bit.ly/2pXtq4g. For more information, visit http://www.thelondongroup.com/.