on form 20

We’ve been so touched by all of the positive messages we’ve received about what on form means to you, and how much you will miss it this summer. We will miss you too - and the garden, at its summer peak, will lack the magic that stone sculpture and happily wandering visitors have brought to it since our first exhibition in 2002.
The astonishing diversity of sculpture in stone that we were looking forward to presenting to you in this, our tenth biennial exhibition, will all be available to view and to buy on our beautiful new website. Sales will begin on 13 June, when our exhibition will open, as scheduled. 
Until then, you can discover the talented sculptors we have chosen for on form 20, and a small selection of the pieces they were hoping to bring to Asthall. Please explore the website thoroughly. You will find videos of sculptors at work, our latest news, some lovely historical photographs and films and an account of the history of the exhibition as well as recent and historic press coverage.

We have also included details on some of the exciting online offerings by those who were going to have run events at Asthall this summer, and on our four featured charities.
And, for the first time, Asthall Manor has its own website too.
We will keep you informed as our plans develop. We would love to open the garden in late summer, if we can, but there will not be sculpture. Installation is a lengthy and fine-tuned process, and there are too many unknowns. 
Next year? We’ll keep you posted. 
Stay safe and healthy. 
Peter Randall Page talking to Anna Greenacre about Envelope of Pulsation I, II & III. More videos like this can be found on our website.
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