Specialists in the Sale of 20th Century, Modern and Contemporary Sculpture

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Experience peace and tranquility in 10 acres of woodland and wildlife-inhabited water-gardens. An ecclectic exhibition of sculpture, to view and purchase, adorns the 2-mile trail. Lose yourself in art and nature. Please pre-book limited tickets here:


Tickets are allocated in hourly arrival slots. Once you are in, you can stay as long as you wish. Open daily 10am - 5pm

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Featured Sculptures

  • The Visitor by Guido Deleu

    The Visitor was created in 1996 by Belgian artist Guido Deleu, as part of a contest to design a sculpture for the main entrance of a cultural centre in Flanders, Belgium. This striking but simple sculpture embodies a kind and friendly figure, enjoying his view. He has proved...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • ‘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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