Galleries - May 2020

Shaw House and Dreweatts Auction House are the two locations hosting the exhibitions that transform their stunning sites into two sculpture parks, where you can discover artworks by acclaimed sculptors including Nicola Godden, Lilley Henry, Jeremy Moulsdale, Matthew Maddocks and Mark Swan. The works have been sourced from all over the United Kingdom. This exhibition provides the visitor with the opportunity to see a creative mixture of traditional and contemporary work in stone, bronze, bronze resin, wood and metal. Shaw House is an Elizabethan Manor with a colourful history. It was the headquarters of King Charles l during the second battle of Newbury in 1644. The house is set in beautiful landscaped grounds where 55 of the 85 sculptures will be exhibited. Dreweatts Auction House has been established since 1759 and is a leading UK auctioneer of Fine Art, Furniture and Sculpture and holds auctions in this beautiful picturesque country house within the forested grounds where 30 of the sculptures are exhibited. Both venues are within walking distance from the market town of Newbury and a one hour train ride from London. The exhibitions are open to the public from 11am to 4pm, seven days a week.Entry is free. ALTERED STATES open air sculpture exhibition Saturday May 2 – Monday May 25 2020 Shaw House, Church Road, Newbury, Berkshire RGI4 2 DR Dreweatts Auction House, Donnington Priory, Newbury, RG14 2JE from top: Carol Orwin ‘All I Survey’ Lilley Henry ‘Dancers’ Mark Swan ‘Orchidea’