Arguably the Cotswolds’ most unique place to see and buy art, Cotswold Sculpture Park near South Cerney is reopening to the public on Friday 1 April 2022 – with over 200 pieces of art to browse in the outdoor gallery.
The 2022 collection features a diverse range of work from over 70 artists, from bronze statues, kinetic sculptures that move with the wind to an exclusive collection of Zimbabwean Shona sculptures.
One of the highlights of this year’s collection, new for 2022, is a life-sized bronze polar bear called ‘Boris’ by artist, Adam Binder, which has previously been exhibited at London Zoo.
For anyone who finds themselves falling in love with a particular piece, nearly all of the sculptures at Cotswold Sculpture Park are available to buy – see Cotswold Sculpture Park’s expert insight to discover which artists to look out for this year.
It’s also a must-visit for anyone working their way through the brand-new SoGlos Gloucestershire Bucket List, too!
Cotswold Sculpture Park reopens for visits from Friday 1 April until Friday 30 September 2022. The park is open Thursday to Monday each week from 10.30am to 4.30pm and admission costs £7.
For more information, or to book tickets, visit cotswoldsculpturepark.co.uk.