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  • 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 Launches Saturday 18th August The Sculpture Park, Surrey is proud to present:  “Spirit  in  Stone”, an exhibition featuring over 200 unique sculptures made by Shona artists from Zimbabwe. Visitors will...

  • Record Breaking Horseshoe Dragon comes to The Sculpture Park

    Artist Jim Poolman spent 12 years and used 50,000 horseshoes to create a record breaking Horseshoe Dragon sculpture. Horseshoe artist Jim Poolman contacted Eddie Powell, owner and curator of The Sculpture Park in Churt, just outside Farnham, Surrey, 12 years ago. He was disappointed that he couldn’t sell his work there....

  • 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 an area of outstanding natural beauty nestled in the Surrey Hills. This inspirational site is occupied by a multitude of Modern, 20th Century and Contemporary sculpture. We are a leading supplier of sculpture to private, corporate and public buyers. We are also a popular tourist...

  • What is Bronze & How to look after it

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

  • 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 in. In this post...

  • 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....

  • 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...

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