SCULPTURE IN PARTICULAR
Saturday 28th May every day to Saturday 4th June, 11am to 5pm
£10.00 entrance includes entry to the gardens and the indoor show.


(Free entry to HHA members on these days. The Art Fund offer and CPRE offer are valid during this time).

With sweeping vistas, formal walled gardens and winding woodland paths Pashley is a perfect landscape for sculpture, with some pieces providing focal points while others are tantalisingly glimpsed amidst trees and flowers.

Each year Pashley features the work of many eminent sculptors - exhibitors have included Philip Jackson, John Brown, Mary Cox, Kate Denton, Ev Meynell, Emily Stone and Helen Sinclair.

The exhibition of sculpture in the gardens runs all season, with most pieces available for sale. In addition, for the eight days of the Sculpture in Particular, the wood panelled Great Hall of the house, which is not usually open to visitors, hosts a display and sale of maquettes and small sculpture featuring pieces designed for indoor display as well as several that would be perfect in smaller gardens.
   
Pashley Manor Gardens - Kate Denton Sculpture by Kate Wilson
Pashley Manor Gardens - Ev Meynell's 'Gossiping Graces' by David Dixon
Pashley Manor Gardens - Kate Denton Sculpture by Kate Wilson
Pashley Manor Gardens - Helen Sinclair Sculpture by Kate Wilson