Drawn Exhibition finishing soon

Monday, December 08, 2014
The Drawn Exhibition at The Gallery at Sculpture by the LakesThis inaugural exhibition at The Gallery at Sculpture by the Lakes comes to a close on 12 December and if you haven’t had the chance to view these amazing images by world-renown artists, we urge you to do so soon. The exhibition closes on Saturday 12 December. For further information visit The Gallery page.

South West Tourism Awards

Friday, December 05, 2014

After their recent success winning Gold in the South West Tourism Awards 2014Dorset Tourism Awards, Sculpture by the Lakes are delighted to announce that they have been selected as one of the finalists in the Small Visitor Attraction of the Year category in this year’s South West Tourism Excellence Awards as well as being selected to represent the region in the National Visit England Awards.

The South West Awards ceremony is being held at The Grand Pier, Weston Supermare on 12 February 2015.

Works on Paper Art Fair

Monday, December 01, 2014
Works on Paper Art Fesitval: Jonathan SainsburyThe Gallery at Sculpture by the Lakes is undertaking its first foray into the world of art fairs, by taking a stand at the Works On Paper Art fair in London in February. This is a contemporary art fair exhibiting and selling a wide range of original art on paper pictures, including pieces drawn by hand, in ink, pencil, crayon, chalk, pastel, gouache or charcoal. The exhibition is in its sixth year and continues to grow in size and importance as one of London’s ‘must visit’ fairs. We hope to see you there on Stand 60. Works on Paper Art Fair, 5-8 February 2015, Science Museum, London, SW7.

Pavillion on the Island

Friday, November 28, 2014


Bridge to island pavillion at Sculpture by the Lakes
Building the new ‘island hideaway’ is well in hand and the foundations for the bridge are in place and the construction is well underway.

The Pavilion is looking good and should be ready to receive its first guest on schedule in February 2015.

New Installation

Thursday, November 20, 2014

New installation: As KingfishersSimon has installed his latest sculpture along the central causeway, entitled As Kingfishers. The lakes benefit from visits by beautiful kingfishers on a regular basis, so it seemed fitting to pay homage to these magnificent birds.

The piece is inspired by a poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins; “As Kingfishers catch fire, dragonflies draw flame; as tumbled over rim in roundy wells, stones ring; like each tucked string tells, each hung bell’s…..”

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