Pashley Manor is proud to host an exhibition and sale of almost 200 pieces of sculpture at their award winning gardens in Sussex at the Sculpture in Particular event in the last week of May.
The garden’s sweeping vistas, formal walled gardens and winding woodland paths create the perfect landscape for sculpture, with some pieces providing focal points while others are tantalisingly glimpsed amidst trees and flowers. There is sculpture on display all season from April to September but during the six days of the Sculpture in Particular event this is complemented by the exhibition of smaller pieces in the house.
A peek inside the wood panelled hall of the sixteenth century house, which is not usually open to the public, reveals a display and sale featuring interior pieces as well as several that would be perfect in smaller gardens – an interesting collection for visitors to enjoy viewing, or perhaps even invest in a piece.
There is also an exhibition of floral and botanical art in the Garden Room café – visitors can enjoy cakes, scones and light lunches in this charming setting, and a selection of floral and botanical prints and cards on sale in the Gift Shop.