Welcome to week 2 of our online exhibition!
We have been delighted by your loyal and enthusiastic support, whether in the form of appreciative messages or sculpture sales. So far, 71 out of 416 sculptures have been sold, and quite a few have already been delivered to their new homes. 

If you haven’t yet found the time, do explore our website, where you will find details of all of our 2020 artists and their work, as well as inspiring videos and a summary of our glowing press coverage.

Studio Visits

We know that it is sometimes difficult to imagine a sculpture that you have not seen and touched. Most of our sculptors are more than happy to welcome you to their studios, observing distancing guidelines of course, and we can help with arranging these visits. 
If you want to visit a conveniently located group of studios, we can arrange an itinerary for South East London, West London, East Sussex & Kent, Devon & Cornwall, Cambridgeshire, the Cotswolds, Dorset & Somerset…….
Or, if you’d rather keep things virtual, a video call is another way of visiting an artist’s studio and getting to know the work. 

Charity of the week

Oxfordshire Association for the Blind (OAB) is our Charity of the week during this, the second week of our exhibition. 
We had a wonderful visit from this group in 2018, and this year we were going to hear from some of their members about what sculpture – and the ability to touch it – means to the blind and partially-sighted. 
During the Covid-19 crisis, the OAB has been working hard to keep in touch with their members through telephone calls and access to technology. If you would like to donate to OAB, you can do so here. If our sculpture exhibition had been open to visitors as usual, they would have received £1 of your entry fee.
If you would like to read about all of our charities, you can look at the News page of our website. 

The Garden & Potting Shed café

We will almost certainly be opening, with limited timed entry slots, and this will probably be in late July to mid-August, but please bear with us while we ponder the exact dates, and how many days we will open for. The best thing you can do is to check our website regularly or sign up to our social media (see links below.) We may even be able to bring you news of some birdsong walks! 
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