Sculpture Trail 2020

The 2020 Sculpture Trail at Raveningham features 48 selected artists and makers across 3 acres of grounds who are responding to the theme of Creative Odyssey. This could be about physical, emotional or artistic journeys and artists have developed ideas, artwork, sculpture, site specific works, stories, magic and more for the meadows, pond, gardens, and woodland at Raveningham. By letting our imaginations and aspirations soar we hope to create a sculpture exhibition that inspires visitors and creates the opportunity for artists to experiment and create. The Sculpture Trail team is committed to encouraging public interaction with contemporary art in a rural setting as well as creating space and opportunity for artists to show and sell their work to a diverse audience.

The trail is open 1st – 30th August 2020. To ensure that everyone has enough space to socially distance and have an enjoyable visit we are booking arrival time slots online. Book your arrival time below for £6, this covers one adult entry fee and then pay for the other adults in your group via contactless payment at the box office when you arrive. Under 18s are free.

Morning Arrival Time Slot – book here

Early Afternoon Arrival Time Slot – book here

Late Afternoon Arrival Time Slot – book here

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Scroll down to see our 2020 Sculpture Trail Artists.

Grace Adam 3Grace Adam – A threeway kissing bench has
developed into a long social distancing bench in response to this years developments! Grace has shown with us before and last year we purchased her signpost installation to stay permanently on the site. The signposts fit so beautifully on the site that we have used them as inspiration for our new logo for the Raveningham Sculpture Trail too.

Connie Adams 3 Connie Adams – We are delighted to welcome Connie to the trail with her epic sculpture of Macmorland, a powerful full size Iberian horse which has taken the artist 4 months to make. His form is built from steel wire and he stands 2.2m high with a calm, steady gaze. Winner of the ‘People’s Choice’ Award 2019 (3rd).

Meg Amsden Oak Dryad Meg Amsden – Meg is a regular exhibitor on the Sculpture Trail and creates magical site specific creatures which nestle perfectly into the woods and gardens at Raveningham. This Oak Dryad featured in the trail in 2018 alongside Dryad’s for a small group of trees. Meg carefully studied the bark and colouring of each tree to create her pieces. Winner of the 2016 ‘People’s Choice’ prize Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail.

John Bardell square John Bardell – A member of Norwich 20
Group, John is creating a group of sculptural stained glass pieces to sit in the cherry orchard in conversation with each other.


Cindys TigerCindy Barnes – Two Painted Angels at the start of the trail by illustrator Cindy Barnes explore ideas of Faith and the artist’s personal Creative Odyssey.

James Barrett – Nobbs – Winner of the 2017 James Barrett Nobbs‘People’s Choice’ award Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail. James creates magical works by recycling cutlery in his forge in Suffolk. We look forward to seeing his creation for the 2020 Sculpture Trail which will be situated in the Secret Garden under a damson tree.


Ruth Brumby – Large scale structural works in paper mâché.

Judith Campbell

Sarah Cannell / Andy Jarrett   / Rachael Long A collaborative project to create the Ship of Light, a steel fire sculpture created at Rachael Long’s studio earlier this year near Wymondham.banner 2

Harry Shortlisted for the prestigious Threadneedle and John Moores Art prizes Harry is planning an ambitious kinetic light sculpture for the woodland walk at this year’s Sculpture Trail.


James Crisp – A single carved sculpture with rhythmic lines by James will grace the front garden.


Kally Davidson 2020Kally Davidson – Handspun and wildwood hooked, naturally organic freeform crochet installations of natures spirit and colour.

Natasha Installation in the woods.

Leigh Dyer / Emmaus


Tobias Ford square Tobias Ford – Winner of the
2019 ‘People’s Choice’ award at the Sculpture Trail.



Emily Lost City of Lights

Nicola Creating site specific


Suzie Hanna – We are very excited to welcome Suzie for the first time to the Sculpture Trail and are creating a small cinema space on the new meadow to show her reel of animations.

Pamela Harling Challis

Josi Horne – Josi is the Founder of Beccles Forest School and an artist, she plans to create some meditative areas in a woodland at the end of the site overlooking the great Oak in the adjacent meadow.

Andy Jarrett 2Andy Jarrett – Andy creates sculptures informed by close observation of nature, enlarging tiny seedheads to create works which tower above the viewer or well observed birds from the broads he lives so close to.


Daniel Johnson – Metalwork meets origami as Daniel creates blossom works which will sit alongside the waterlilies on the ponds edge.

Yusuf Keten – Experimental sculptures in concrete nestled in the secret garden.


Lizzie Lawrence


Ros Moreton

Russell Moreton – A spatial installation in the centre of the new meadow.

Jason NicksonJason Nickson – Blacksmith creating an installation around a goat willow which came down in the storm. 

Paul Pibworth – Shire Horse

Vaness PooleyVanessa Pooley FRBS – Bronze sculptures which explore the female form.




Toby Trained as a furtniture maker




Lindsay Slade

Fern Spray

Bee Springwood

Laure Van Minden

Ian Vance – Ian ceramic vessels will be nestling at the start of the trail.

Jane West

Jack Wheeler – Jack is creating site specific works for this year’s Sculpture Trail along the old kitchen garden wall.

Pop Up Gallery Artists.

Sarah Cannell – Paintings and Prints –

Annette Rolston – Printed Lampshades

Pat Southwood – Ceramics

Mandy Walden – Prints

Jemima Pine – Jewellery

Cathy Robert – Creative Bookbinder –