Sculpture-In-The-Garden - 2019 Patrick Elder: 'Harmony Duet'
Sculpture-In-The-Garden - 2019 Patrick Elder: 'Quiet Mind'
Sculpture-In-The-Garden - 2019 Patrick Elder: 'Sparkling Rings'
Sculpture-In-The-Garden - 2019: Simon Bacon: 'Sea Goddess'
The best time to visit the garden, is May to September. The monumental sculptures by Maurice Blik are permanent exhibits, which can be viewed in the garden all year round.

Due to Coranavirus restrictions, we will not be exhibiting sculptures by any other artists externally this year. If, however, you are interested in acquiring any of the sculptures exhibited in recent years, please get in touch.

Select 'slide-show' above to see a full list of works, or click on an image to bring up the full details for each artwork.


Price is affected by three key factors:
1. Reputation. Expect to pay more for work by an established or highly-regarded artist.

2. Medium. Foundry cast bronze, stone and marble are the highest quality media. These materials will endure and often go up in value over time. Lightweight materials, including wood and resin are more succeptible to weather damage and breakage, which is not always easily repaired, so it is advisable to buy the best quality materials that your budget will allow.

3. Rareity. If a sculpture is described as unique, only one of the sculpture exists in the world, making it more desirable. Where possible look for unique or limited edition sculptures (editions of less than 12). Sculpt Gallery does not sell sculpture editions which are larger than 12. All of our sculptures are created by hand using traditional methods, by artists living in the UK.

Sculpture is often best placed in a quiet, reflective open space, for example, on a lawn or paved area, beside a pathway, or on a low wall. If you plan to install a sculpture amongst beds and borders, ensure that it has sufficient space and height to be seen amongst the planting even when it is in full flower, and is not overpowered by too many colourful blooms. If your intended space is particularly busy, look for sculpture with bold, solid shapes and light tones.

Most sculptures will benefit from being placed on an appropriate base or plinth, providing additional height and security. This will also help to give the sculpture a better scale when viewed in context with the external landscape, buildings and trees. All sculpture tends to look smaller outside. And where possible, site sculpture in a bright, sunny spot away from tree debris and overhanging branches which may cause the sculpture to become damaged or discoloured.

All outdoor sculpture will attract spider's webs, algae and bird droppings. Complex shapes and textured surfaces are harder to keep clean, so it is advisable to consider the medium and the potential maintenance at the outset. Smooth surfaces, bronze and hard types of stone are generally easily cleaned with a damp, lint-free cloth, or a soft brush. Never use chemicals to clean sculpture as this can cause damage to the patina and the surface.

For further advice on buying or installing sculpture in the garden, please get in touch.