Having missed the COVID-19 year, the Oxford Sculptors Group (OSG) are showcasing 150 art pieces for the fifth year in the stunning gardens of the National Trust property, Greys Court, near Henley-on-Thames.
There will be sculptures in a wide range of media like bronze, stone, steel, wood, glass and ceramics, and with an equally broad price range, throughout the walled gardens and around the main lawn.
Smaller items willalso be on show in the historic Cromwellian Building, which is not normally open to visitors, and the art pieces will include both the abstract and natural.
OSG sculptors will be on hand to welcome you
The exhibits are for sale at prices to suit all pockets.
As well as being able to look at and admire the sculptures, visitors can also purchase any they particularly love and have them delivered or collected at the end of the exhibition. Why not give your garden a summer present.
On Thursday, 16 and 23 June, visitors can enjoy a summer evening admiring the sculptures in the gardens, with a drink of prosecco on arrival and live sculpture demonstrations. Tickets are £15.00 per person, with the event running from 5.30pm to 8.00pm (last entry at 7.30pm).
The Oxford Sculptors Group was formed in 2002 and currently has around 90 established sculptors based in Oxfordshire and surrounding counties. The group includes many full-time professional sculptors and some self-taught artists. They have put on exhibitions in several other National Trust properties, at various art weeks, and within art galleries.