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 will develop ideas, artwork, sculpture, site specific works, stories, magic and more for the meadows, pond, gardens, and woodland at Raveningham. This year the trail will also embrace the magic of the space at twilight and the team plan to light the trail and artworks for evening viewings by visitors. We plan to push the boundaries of the exhibition forward towards the light at a time when ecological and political events in the world can feel quite dark. 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.
See our 2020 Sculpture Trail artists below, more information to follow. Exhibition open daily Saturday 1st – Monday 31st August 2020, 10-5pm.
Meg Amsden – www.nutmegpuppet.co.uk
Cindy Barnes – www.cindyleewright.com
James Barrett – Nobbs – www.acornforge.co.uk
Helen Breach – www.helenbreach.com
Sarah Cannell / Andy Jarrett / Rachael Long / Lizzie Lawrence
Rebecca Clifford – www.beccajiclfford.weebly.com
Leigh Dyer / Emmaus
Annie Fenton – www.anniefenton.com
Emily Gardiner – www.emilygardinerart.com
Beth Groom – www.bethgroom.co.uk
Pamela Harling Challis
Brian Korteling – www.briankorteling.co.uk
Andy Maule – www.andymaule.net
Vanessa Pooley –
Gordon Senior – www.gordonsenior.com
Laure Van Minden
Pop Up Gallery Artists.
Sarah Cannell – Paintings and Prints – www.sarahcannell.com
Annette Rolston – Printed Lampshades
Pat Southwood – Ceramics
Mandy Walden – Prints
Jemima Pine – Jewellery