Sculpture Trail 2020 at Amberley Museum near Arundel, a new collection of over 40 contemporary sculptures will be exhibited throughout the grounds.
New to Amberley Museum for 2020, a collection of over 40 contemporary sculptures will be exhibited throughout the tranquil grounds of a former chalk quarry in the South Downs National Park. Carefully chosen sculptures will appear across the 36-acre site, in stark contrast to the Museum’s nostalgic industrial backdrop.
This eclectic collection, on the theme of ‘Transformation and Change’, will feature works by: Simon Probyn, Kay Singla, Lester Korzilius, Paul Harvey, Ian Marlow, Michael Joseph, Will Spankie, Emma, Nicole Straw, Cherie Lubbock, Cliff Palmer and Sarah Blunden.
We hope that this inaugural sculpture exhibition will enchant visitors with its fresh perspectives and surprising pieces. All works are available for sale.
Times & Prices
Saturday 14th March – Sunday 28th June 2020
Tickets: Admission included in normal entrance prices.
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