Creating Spaces sculpture exhibition at Miserden

View more than 200 pieces of art, beautifully placed at the Creating Spaces sculpture exhibition set within the magnificent 17th century gardens at Miserden, near Stroud, this June 2022.

By Zoe Gater  |  Published

Hosting more than 200 stunning artworks, Cotswold Sculptors Association is presenting an indoor and outdoor sculpture exhibition, in the picturesque grounds of the gardens at Miserden, from June 2022.

The Creating Spaces sculpture exhibition will host a grand opening – which is free to enter – on Saturday 28 May 2022 between 2pm to 4pm and following this, the pieces will be available to view at Miserden from Wednesday 1 June until Sunday 31 July 2022, from Wednesday to Sunday.

The art exhibition will span a collection of fascinating works of figurative and abstract pieces in bronze, glass, metals, ceramics, stone, resins and multi-medium.

Using the garden at Miserden as the canvas of the exhibition, 130 of the sculptures will be outdoors. Seventy sculptures are designed for indoor settings and will be exhibited in The Club Room in the centre of Miserden village, two minutes’ walk away.

All art pieces which have been created by members of the Cotswold Sculptors Association – professional, semi-professional and keen amateurs – will be available for visitors to purchase, with a full colour catalogue including a map and price list available upon entry.

Please note, only assistance dogs can enter.

For more information, visit


Creating Spaces 2022


Miserden, Stroud GL6 7JA


Wednesday 1 June to Sunday 31 July 2022


On the grand opening from 2pm to 4pm; Wednesday 1 June until Sunday 31 July 2022, from Wednesday to Sunday from 10am to 5pm.


Admission costs £9 per adult, with children under 16 free of charge.


(01285) 821303

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