Exhibition exploring our relationship between landscape and wandering
An exhibition by Royal Society of Sculptors members at Tremenheere Sculpture Gallery, 1 July – 5 August ’23. The work responds to our relationship between landscape and wandering, and references St. Michael’s Way, a pilgrimage route that passes right through the gardens.
Tabatha Andrews, Pauline Antram, Barbara Beyer, Michael Blow, Ann-Margreth Bohl, Philip Booth, Ros Burgin, Doug Burton, Fiona Campbell, Dallas Collins, Chris Dunseath, Emma Elliott/Susie Olczak, Jane Fox, Anna Gillespie, Simon Hitchens, Jane Jobling, Alistair Lambert, William Lasdun, Ian Marlow, Robert Marshall, Seamus Moran, Rebecca Newnham, Kate Parsons, Suzanne Blank Redstone, Mark Richards, Jilly Sutton, and David Worthington.
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About Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens.
Dramatic landscape and planting in the Sculpture Gardens provide the backdrop to contemplative and inspiring artworks. For the permanent collection, internationally renowned artists (including five members of the Royal Academy of Arts – James Turrell, Richard Long, David Nash, Peter Randall-Page and Tim Shaw) have interacted with the landscape to create site specific permanent works which harmonise with the setting. The land also provides a forum for ever-changing temporary, or even ephemeral arts in all its forms.
Tremenheere Gallery presents selling exhibitions of paintings and prints by internationally renowned artists, as well as those living and working in Cornwall. With two exhibition spaces, across two floors, the beautiful oak framed building is one of the largest purpose-built galleries in Cornwall. https://www.tremenheere.co.uk