This page is pulling feeds from my Instagram, Pinterest,Twitter and OMG by Juliette Facebook pages Facebook 3 weeks ago AppArt AppArt’s Sculpture Trail at Prior’s Field School opens on Monday 16th March for local Schools to visit. For Grayswood couple Evelyn and Gwyn Phillips this year will be their 25th year of curating and arranging art exhibitions and sculpture trails in Surrey. They have created a Sculpture Trail of 170 plus works that will intrigue, inspire and amuse local school children that visit. There will be a wide range of materials and subjects for the sculptures. Animals and birds will be prominent and Alison Catchlove’s metal sculptures of birds will catch the eye, especially her Eagle-Eyed Owl. Victoria Hunt’s Knife and Fork Hawk will intrigue and demonstrate how everyday objects can be made into works of art. Gilbert Whyman specialises in using scrap metal items to create stunning sculptures such as Samurai II that will tower over the youngsters when they visit. Classical themes will be present with several sculptures by Surrey artist Nicola Godden on show. Icarus X and the Mask of Achilles are sure to be spotted as they are large and striking works. Glass and wood sculptures will be present. The handblown glass work of Adam Aaronson is colourful and has an abstract feel. Abstract emotions and Cloud display glass work at its finest in terms of technique and detail. Friedel Buecking carves tall and impressive sculptures using the natural contours of the wood as a guide. Plant life in Yew is a good example of his work. AppArt has prepared worksheets for the visiting children to complete and it will be interesting to see which of the sculptures are their favourites and the sketches that they create. The Sculpture Trail is not open to the public until the 4th April and has been specially set up early for visiting schools and the pupils of Prior’s Field School. ... See more 5 months ago Windsor Great Park This half term, bring your family to explore the Art in the Garden at The Savill Garden. There is so much variety with over 60 sculptures of differing styles, subjects and materials. Which one is your favourite? http://www.windsorgreatpark.co.uk/en/news-and-events/events/art-in-the-garden ... See more 6 months ago Windsor Great Park Animal Lovers, come along to our sculpture exhibition and meet the new characters taking residence in The Savill Garden! http://ow.ly/iMfJ50wzdFT 6 months ago Fractaala ‘Baffin’ Windsor Great Park lovely Savill Garden Surrey Sculpture Society exhibition until 15 November. #bitproud 7 months ago Surrey Sculpture Society 7 months ago RHS Garden Wisley The Surrey Sculpture Society is back at Wisley with the annual trail around the garden from 17 August to 22 September. Look for more than 100 pieces of contemporary and traditional sculpture by some of the South East’s finest established and emerging artists, all set against the beautiful backdrop of the Garden in late summer into early autumn: www.rhs.org.uk/gardens/wisley/viewevent?EFID=552&ESRC=CMS Sculpture show: Man's Best Friend by Simon Conolly ... See more 8 months ago On the front cover and pages 142 - 144 😊 National Garden Scheme Surrey NGS Open Garden 10th August - all welcome ! #gardenart #gardensculpture #omg #ornamentsmakegardens 9 months ago 25 open gardens to visit in Surrey in 2019 https://www.surreylife.co.uk/out-about/places/gardens-to-visit-in-surrey-1-5989153 scroll right down (not now as post originally said !) between RHS Wisley and Savill Garden in fact 😊😂🙏 Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Surrey has a wealth of beautiful gardens to visit. Throughout the open garden season you will find an array of stunning choices. We pick out a selection of her favourites ... See more 10 months ago Equivalent in GBP of course 😂 10 months ago Open all day tomorrow with tea and coffee and mini-cakes if it’s dry !