The successful association cemented between the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu and the Surrey Sculpture Society (SSS), sees the famous motor museum’s historic Palace House and gardens hosting the society’s Summer Sculpture Trail for the third year running. Again this year, SSS artists from all over the south of England will be displaying their unique range of sculptures – along the attraction’s pathways, around the ruins of Beaulieu Abbey and through the delightful gardens and riverside grounds; to the historic interior of Palace House.
For the third year running the Surrey Sculpture Society’s Summer Sculpture Trail will open at Beaulieu on 23 May and the exhibition will run until 23 August. Artists from all over the south of England will be displaying their unique range of sculptures along pathways, around the ruins of Beaulieu Abbey and through the gardens and riverside grounds; to the historic interior of Palace House.
Animals are a popular subject and there will be a number of life-size animal sculptures to complement the natural surroundings, as well as smaller sculptures on display inside Palace House, ranging from contemporary to traditional styles offering broad appeal to suit all tastes and budgets.
The sculptures have been carefully selected from the large Surrey Sculpture Society membership of 374 based across the southern region and created by both talented amateurs and top professional sculptors. All are available to purchase.
The Summer Sculpture Trail at Beaulieu will be open from 10am daily and further information on the Surrey Sculpture Society’s exhibition programme can be found at www.surreysculpture.org.uk
The opportunity to view the sculpture trail is included in general admission to the Beaulieu attraction. For information call 01590 612345 or visit www.beaulieu.co.uk