ref: f7s May 15-Jul 24 2010 THE GARDEN GALLERY Summer Exhibition - Open a 'pdf' of this press release - return to Galleries PR Index

The Garden Gallery

Rookery Lane, Broughton, Stockbridge, Hampshire, SO20 8AZ

Tel: 01794 301144



Liquid Lightcatcher – Wellspring

by Suzanne Redstone ARBS

(stainless steel, white China marble, black Indian granite)


by Charlotte Mayer FRBS

(bronze, edition of 8)

The Garden Gallery has now been established for 16 years. It has acquired a reputation for exhibiting sculpture, ceramics

and furniture for gardens, the conservatory and the home of the highest quality, all by contemporary artists. Sculpture, both

abstract and figurative, is offered for sale in bronze, stone, marble, glass, stainless steel and copper. Pots shown at The Garden

Gallery are sculptural, hand built and high-fired. Furniture is not merely functional but raised to a higher level with style and

wit through the imagination of the artist. The work is shown in the gallery’s lovely garden, enabling visitors to visualise it in

their own gardens. The gallery is an invaluable resource for Garden Designers and Landscape Architects seeking sculpture

for clients. Many of the artists can work on a larger scale for public places and commissions can be arranged.

Those exhibiting at The Garden Gallery for the first time this year include Suzanne Redstone ARBS, whose stone and stainless

steel sculptures catch the light, focusing on “the experience of seeingrather than what is being seen. Rosie Musgrave

ARBS is showing her serene abstract marble sculpture, and Alison Lochhead her intriguing and challenging sculptures made

from clay, metal, glass and oxides representing “fragments of memory, experience and form”. Adam Buick is inspired by the

purity of the Korean porcelain moon jar in the British Museum, and his surroundings – he uses local clay, rock and seaweed in

the creation of his own large moon jars which capture the essence and simplicity of the landscape which fascinates him.

THE SUMMER EXHIBITION will run from Saturday 15 May (Private View 11- 5) until 24 July, on Saturdays, Tuesdays and

Thursdays from 11 – 5. During the Private View there will be an opportunity to Meet the Artist’. Several of the sculptors will

be present throughout the day giving demonstrations and talking about their work.

The Garden Gallery is open by arrangement at all other times of year. For further information and photographs contact

Rachel Bebb at The Garden Gallery.

Rachel Bebb, MA, FRSA

Garden Designer

Vat. No. 717 8531 18