The garden has been a very quiet place for much of the spring, but a pair of sparring roe deer bucks chased each other all round both it and the orchard for about 20 minutes today. While pausing for breath, one of them suddenly noticed my fox sculpture, and after a moment of alarm had to reassure himself by giving it a thorough sniff…
Springan: 19 April to 29 May 2019 at The Gallery at the Guild, Sheep Street, Chipping Campden, GL55 6DS
One of my hare’s heads in front of photos by Kate Barry.
Kiftsgate Court Gardens near Chipping Campden in Gloucestershire host a sculpture exhibition from 4 August to 22 August 2018. The gardens are stunning, and combine so well with sculpture. Details of opening times below.
The Gallery at the Guild, Sheep Street, Chipping Campden, GL55 6DS
The young roe deer are now cast into bronze resin and able to enjoy some September sunshine. Like the adult deer, both are limited editions of 18.
I shall be exhibiting with the Oxford Sculptors Group at Kiftsgate Court Garden in Gloucestershire from 19 August until 6 September. Nearly 100 sculptures will be spread throughout this beautiful garden.
Open from 2pm – 6pm on 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29 & 30 August, and 3, 4 & 6 of September
I have completed sculpting the two young roe deer which when shown with the buck and doe will complete the family. They are now in the process of being cast. This is the clay of the one lying down, just before being taken to the casting studio.
Nearly time to deliver my pieces to Marks Hall near Colchester in Essex for the biennial exhibition in the gardens and arboretum there.
Over 50 national and international sculptors are taking part.