Real-life rabbits are the last thing this gardener wishes to encounter in her garden, but these terracotta ones by artist Sharon Griffin would be more than welcome. They were spotted back in September when our favourite plant place Wildegoose Nursery (set inside a historic walled garden) hosted a sculpture show by our favourite gallery, Twenty Twenty. It was a perfect match all round: art among the late summer perennials on a dreamy afternoon. And blissful to meander the garden paths and come upon some extraordinary creations. Here is a selection of works that caught my eye.
Self in stoneware with sgrafitto by Sharon Griffin
Mitosis: a storm fallen field maple by Glen Farrelly
Flaunt 2022 powder coated steel by Anya Beaumont
Starlight Tower in terracotta stoneware by Emma Fenelon
Insight: stone and bronze resin by Sue Jones
Join Becky on her November walks.
30 thoughts on “Wildegoose Garden’s Sculpture Show”
What delightful fun.
It was. And there was cake to go with it from the splendid tea room.
you know me well, I absolutely love this walled garden and the sculptures are great.
I almost decided to do garden objects to go with Becky. Your photos and finds are wonderful 😀 😀
Many thanks, Cee.
The artwork is really good
I thought so too.
How delightful. I love a garden with extras. And a reminder that I haven’t written about the new sculptures in the Tremenheere gardens yet!
Look forward to your garden extras, Jude.
Wildehare Gardens, surely, Tish?
That’s exactly it. It was fun.
Awesome sculptures Tish and well photographed.
Many thanks, Anne.
Great sculptures and if those colours are from now I envy you. Winter has arrived here!
The colours here are mostly gone now. The photos were taken back in September.
Ah. It’s been unseasonably warm here but most of the colour has been gone for a while. Today it’s all white.
Love the rabbit sculptures in particular or are they hares?
They are rabbits – at least that’s what the gallery catalogue says.
I would love the Starlight Tower…
It’s very striking, isn’t it.
Art and nature go hand in hand. This is wonderful!
Nicely put, Jennie.
Thank you, Tish.
How cool! I’ve only been to one sculpture show that I can remember and I definitely want to go to more ✨