Annual Sculpture Exhibition and Ashburner Prize
We have sculptures in the garden, each year, in the summer:
1st Jul to 31st Oct 2022
The Stone Lane Garden Sculpture exhibition is an important showcase for West Country artists. This annual exhibition is held in the summer months within Stone Lane Garden’s beautifully landscaped National Collections of Birch and Alder trees. Groves of trees, pools and streams create a magical exhibition setting loved by artists and visitors of all ages.
Call for 2023 entries will open in Jan 2023.
A link to apply for the 2023 exhibition will be posted here when the call opens.
We welcome all enquiries about the exhibition and are happy to answer any questions via ‘contact us’ or email email@example.com
This year’s exhibition ‘Connectivity’ – 1st July to 31st Oct 2022
Looking back, the 2021 exhibition, entitled ‘Regeneration’ reflected life beyond COVID19 and celebrated the start of planting in the Stone Lane Garden ‘new arboretum’ area. It was a great success, attracting a wide range of submissions from emerging artists of all ages based in or connected to the South West, it was a fascinating show of original contemporary work.
The 2021 Ashburner prize winner was chosen by artist and Royal Academician Peter Randall-Page and Lara Goodman, contemporary art curator at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter.
A number of past exhibitors and Stone Lane garden Friends also showed work by invitation in the summer tea room garden. The 2021 Sculpture Catalogue captures the event beautifully. Enjoy the artists’ work again here 2021 Catalogue