Fresh Air Sculpture Show

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Combining stunning sculptures with the Cotswold outdoors, Fresh Air Sculpture Show in Quenington provides a unique opportunity to appreciate alfresco art at its finest.

Selling and showcasing unique sculptures in the beautiful gardens of Quenington Old Rectory, near Cirencester, Fresh Air Sculpture Show will take place from Sunday 16 June to Sunday 7 July 2019.

Sculptures at Fresh Air Sculpture Show 2019


Visitors can expect to view over 130 sculptures in the glorious grounds of The Old Rectory, a beautiful Grade II listed building in Quenington.

Featuring sculptures that have been designed specifically for the gardens, pieces are available to buy and range from £50 to £50,000.

Promising unique pieces that are traditional to experimental, ornate stone work to cutting edge outdoor furniture, to suit all tastes.

The Pool House at Fresh Air Sculpture Show 2019


Transforming into a contemporary art gallery during the show, The Pool House will host a pop-up exhibition entitled From Where I'm Standing.

A selection of talented artists will interpret the exhibition theme using everything from glass, metal, clay and wood, and all the bespoke pieces in The Pool House will be available to purchase.


Workshops at Fresh Air Sculpture Show 2019


As well as a vast selection of sculptures, visitors can enjoy workshops at this year’s show. Offering something for children, school groups and adults, activities include collage, printed textiles and flower artistry.

And it’s not just at The Old Rectory either, Quenington Village Hall will also host more exhibitions, as well as pop-up food stalls too.


Glass Glamour at Fresh Air Sculpture Show 2019


Another definite highlight, a show entitled Glass Glamour will take place from Friday 21 to Sunday 23 June 2019 at Fresh Air Sculpture Show 2019.

Including pieces from 22 specially selected artists who will be showcasing their work with glass, which visitors can admire by appointment only.

Event:
Fresh Air Sculpture Show 2019
Venue
Quenington Old Rectory, Cirencester, GL7 5BN
Dates:
Sunday 16 June to Sunday 7 July 2019
Times:
From 10am to 5pm
Admission:
Tickets cost £7.50 for adults, under 18s have free entry
Telephone:
(01285) 750358

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