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  • Online Tickets - T&C's, FAQ and further guidelines

    The Sculpture Park has introduced pre-booked online tickets to adhere to social distancing measures. This is to ensure that we limit the number of visitors and contact with reception staff. Please read Terms & Conditions, Health and Safety Procedures and FAQ’s below before making a booking. If you need...

  • The Sculpture Park is reopening!

    We are delighted to announce that The Sculpture Park is reopening Tickets must be pre-booked online: Investor and buyer previews:15th – 30th June 2020General public access:1st July 2020 onward The park will open daily to pre-booked ticket holders from 10am – 5pm with last entry 3pm. To be the first to see how...

  • Exclusive Preview for Art Investors

    The Sculpture Park is reopening with an exclusive preview for art investors and historic buyers Monday 15th June 2020  – Tuesday 30th June 2020. Invitation We are delighted to announce that as of Monday 15th June The Sculpture Park will be open to art buyers with advance bookings of private viewings The...

  • Lockdown Art - for life in Quarantine

    With the UK now many weeks into lockdown, we couldn’t help noticing the connection to this ‘episode’ in some of our favourite sculptures.  From daily walks, spending time with our children, missing our loved ones, regular trips to the fridge for food and excessive wine drinking, these pieces reflect some of the common...

  • Covid 19 update 24.03.2020

    Following on from last nights announcement we are currently closed to the public. The advise is to stay safe and stay home. There is still some confusion as Boris has allowed people to leave the house for exercise and for parks to stay open. We want to do what is...

  • Covid 19 Update 22nd March 2020

    We are currently open for walks in the fresh air and due to current government guidelines, we have put in further restriction on visits to The Sculpture Park. We hope that visitors will adhere to these necessary precautions so that we can remain open. The government advise it to...

  • Visiting The Sculpture Park during COVID-19 Pandemic

    In light of the Coronavirus outbreak, The Sculpture Park is open for fresh air, exercise and art, while monitoring the situation closely. The safety of our visitors is paramount. Help us protect yourself and your fellow visitors with the following guidelines: • If you are sick then you must postpone your...

  • Sculpture Hire for TV and Events

    Lately we have seen a huge increase in the demand for sculpture hire. Popular TV programs, films and events have borrowed our works to decorate their location, create art galleries and adorn even the spookiest of sets. One particularly exciting hire was to the BBC for their exceptional series...

  • Celebrate Surrey Day 2020 with The Sculpture Park

    A celebration of our beautiful county’s people, places and heritage, Surrey Day takes place on Saturday 2nd May. To help get you in the mood for celebrations and a weekend of exploration, The Sculpture Park is offering half-price entrance on Friday 1st May 2020Adults: £5 (usual price £10)Concessions: £2.50...

  • National Garden Scheme Open Days at The Sculpture Park 

    Tuesday 10th March&Tuesday 16th June The National Garden Scheme gives visitors unique access to over 3,700 exceptional private gardens in England and Wales, and raises impressive amounts of money for nursing and health charities. This wonderful scheme has made donations exceeding £58 million and made an annual donation of £3 million...

  • Surrey Business Video Award - 2019

    We’re delighted that we’ve been chosen by From the Hip video production as a winner of their 2019 Surrey Business Video awards! “From The Hip Video is a specialist video production agency and they wanted to reward local businesses for their use of...

  • Eco-Art: Sculptures to save the Planet

    Eco art or ecological art, is the name given to a movement among artists who create works with a specific goal in mind: saving the planet. Whether it be addressing plastic waste, deforestation, greenhouse emissions, poaching and destruction of natural habitats- the central message is the same. Our planet,...

  • International Women's Day 2019

    International Women’s Day 2019 International Women’s Day is celebrated this year on 8th March. To recognise this important day we would like to share a selection of amazing sculptures by some of the female artists that exhibit at The Sculpture Park. We are immensely proud to represent such incredibly talented sculptors and hope...

  • Art of Zimbabwe: Shona Sculpture

    Art of Zimbabwe: Shona Sculpture Shona sculpture is the name given to a modern movement of stone carved sculpture created in Zimbabwe. It gets its name from the ‘Shona’ tribe of people (actually a mixture of many similar tribes with closely related language and culture) who are the largest in...

  • Drawing Sculpture: Sketching & Planning

    Drawing Sculpture: Sketching & Planning Art begins with an idea. From there, a sketch, a draft or a plan. Often many drafts and many sketches, each refining the idea bit by bit. Once the idea is fully formed, then perhaps, work begins on the final piece. This is true of most artistic...

  • Stone Sculpture: Stone as a Sculptural Medium

    Stone Sculpture The use of Stone as a Sculptural Medium Stone carving is the oldest surviving form of artistic expression. Many aspects of mankind’s cultural heritage now exist only through the lens of ancient stonework. This is thanks to the versatility and longevity of stone. Monolithic statues, ancient writing and carved...

  • Lost Wax Bronze Casting

    Sculpting Methods and Materials Bronze Casting – The Lost Wax Process Bronze sculpture is among one of the most popular mediums within the art world. They are long lasting, difficult to damage, and don’t lose value. A broad spectrum of artists use Bronze as their chosen medium to work with. There...

  • What is Patination?

    What is Patination? Take Off by Martyn Barratt – Showing the variation in Patination Patination refers to the process of developing or forming a colour upon a surface or sculpture. A patina can be thought of as a desirable, protective or even decorative tarnish or finish. This is most commonly seen...

  • Giving the Gift of Art this Christmas

    This Christmas, why not give the ‘Gift of Art‘? The ‘Norm’… The Exhausting Hunt for the Novelty gift Every year the festive season hurtles towards us at an increasingly alarming rate. As summer fades into the distance, September sees seasonal adornments seep into shop windows. By November, Oxford Street is irrevocably illuminated…. Anticipation is...

  • Sculptures for Sale – Where did they go in 2018?

    Here at The Sculpture Park, we have over 1000 Sculptures for sale. Visitors often ask who buys our sculptures or where a particular sculpture was sold to.  In this blog we would like to share some of the new homes our sculptures have found this year: Strongman We received an email...

  • Spirit in Stone 2018

    The Zimbabwe Shona Exhibition: ‘Spirit in Stone’ Proceeds from ‘Spirit in Stone’ support the Maori School project Affordable and investment artwork available Live Sculpting on-site Hundreds of beautiful traditional and contemporary works to see! Launches Saturday 18th August! The Sculpture Park, Surrey is proud to present:  “Spirit  in  Stone”, an exhibition featuring over 200 unique...

  • We are Recruiting

    Would you like to work at the most atmospheric sculpture park in Britain? The Sculpture Park are recruiting for office based personnel. Join the expanding team in a bid to claim world domination (or at least the most effective one-stop shop for viewing and purchasing sculpture). The role(s) is varied...

  • 10 Things to do at The Sculpture Park

    The Sculpture Park is a sculpture-packed oasis nestled within 10 acres of lakes and woodland in the Surrey Hills. The Sculpture Park is home to a wide variety of local wildlife, and of course a multitude of Modern, 20th Century and Contemporary sculptures. A popular tourist destination, the unique...

  • What is Bronze & How to look after it

    What is Bronze? Bronze has been in use since around 3500BC, originally used primarily for weapons and Armour as at the time it was a lighter alternative to leather & wood. Eventually, artists in the Chinese and West Asia began to use bronze in art as it was a lighter...

  • The Place to Buy Sculpture

    The Place to Buy Sculpture Visitors often ask us: ‘Do you sell many sculptures?’ ‘Who are the people that buy sculpture?’ ‘Where do the sculptures go?’ Well, we do sell many sculptures, which is why our trail around the park is always changing with pieces being sold and new work coming...

  • The Sculpture Park at Henley Festival

    As festival season fast approaches we are looking forward to exhibiting at the boutique cultural experience that is Henley Festival. A luxury summer party taking place on the banks of the river Thames, in the town of Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. A truly quintessential British location This magical five night affair will feature some of the best International and UK music....

  • Father's Day Gift from The Sculpture Park

    Just what Father’s Day Gift do you buy for the man who has everything? Or any man for that matter? New and exciting gifts for men are so hard to come by. Here at The Sculpture Park we have what we think is an inspirational gift for that all important man in...

  • Sculpture in spring competition

    Welcome to our latest competition; Sculpture in Spring. A chance to WIN an Annual Pass to The Sculpture Park After a somewhat uninspiring winter (far too warm and wet) the wait is finally over and spring has sprung at last! As one of the most photographically pleasing times of the year, the...

  • Competition!

    Win 4 tickets to The Sculpture Park The Sculpture Park are running a competition to give away 4 tickets to visit the most atmospheric sculpture park in Britain. Situated in the heart of Surrey, near the historic town of Farnham and a stones throw away from popular walking destinations Frensham Ponds...

  • Wood Sculpting

    Wood Sculpting: An ancient & versatile medium Wood has been used by humans to create art for thousands of years. Both as a tool, and a medium itself. The abundance of wood, it’s ease of use and the desirable qualities of hardiness and versatility have meant that wood sculpting has...

  • Take Off by Martin Barratt

    This extremely well executed bronze by Martyn Barratt is a simple subject matter that has been conceptually mastered to form a beautiful piece that explores the idea of contrast between weight and subject. The composition and refined linear detailing all adds to the suggested subject of a feather. Whilst at...

  • Lonesome George by David Cooke

    ‘Lonesome George’ is a true to scale bronze sculpture of the infamous lonely giant tortoise whose discovered isolation promoted the start of animal conservation in the Galapagos Islands. This is a stunning, high detailed piece that remains as a beautiful echo of the lost creature. The use of...

  • Ceramic Sculptures

    Ceramic Sculptures   Ceramics are an unusual, and sometimes hard to define genre of sculpture. Often treading the line between craft work and fine art, pieces of ceramic work can sometimes split opinion on just how they should be regarded. However, whether the object is an ‘art or a craft’, a...

  • Generation by William Harling

    ‘Generation’ is a large sculpture that sees a uniform group of figures lying regimentally in a circle. The figures are absent of identity, individuality and features. Only the hands and feet are sculpted to give a sense of humanity whilst the lack of any high detail gives the figures...

  • Chat by Ann Vrielinck

    An accomplished piece by Belgium born artist Ann Vrielinck; ‘Chat’ is a beautifully crafted bronze that depicts several figures intertwined in a spherical mass that sees each figure linked and moulded to one another to form a narrative about networking and conversation.   The piece is deliberately vague in its approach...

  • Mixed Media Sculpture

    Mixed media sculpture is fundamentally most sculpture, as it is defined as any sculpture than is comprised of more than one material, plinths and stands aside. By using more than one material when making a piece of sculpture you are giving yourself more options for structural integrity, colour, texture,...

  • Ferryman' by David Goode

    One of the most popular pieces in the park at the moment; ‘Ferryman’ is a bronze sculpture of high quality and detail by British artist David Goode. Goode’s works derive from his childhood fascination with folklore and myths. The fantasy based works which now form a vast collection referred to...

  • Glass Sculptures - Glass Blowing & Glass Works

    Glass Sculptures Glass is a very beautiful medium to work in, glass sculptures or studio glasses are some of the most stunning pieces and this makes them hugely popular pieces for investment. The range of colours, shapes and sizes that can be made help make this material one of the...

  • Whats to come 2014

    2014 is a year of change at The Sculpture Park; with the introduction of a new website with new features, including an online Sculpture for Sale catalogue, featured artists where visitors to the site can learn more about our artists, an artist of the week, articles about the artists...

  • EcoArt & Sculpting using Found Objects

    EcoArt & Sculpting using Found Objects The use of found objects in art is generally considered to be a relatively modern style, with it’s origins lying in the Dadaist movement of the early 20th century. It involve using discarded, bought or salvaged items to create a larger work- often by...

  • ‘Dinning Out’ by Alan Williams

    ‘Dinning Out’ is a unique reclaimed metal sculpture that is mostly comprised of spoons and forks as well as found metal, as expressed in the witty title; it is a powerful sculpture that plays with materials to explore mark and light. Williams’ works are most commonly animal and nature...

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