Sculpture in the garden at Nunnington Hall


Hedgehog at Nunnington Hall sculpture exhibition

Here is Hedgehog in the Cutting Garden (which is also the vegetable garden) at Nunnington Hall.

All the pieces arrived in the rain and wind, it was a very soggy setting up, but today they enjoyed the drying sunshine and look much happier.

High Moor Goat at Nunnington Hall

High Moor Goat surveys – looking out on a live willow wig-wam structure and the potting shed.  My stone sculptures are sited in various spots around the garden, so you will see something as you meander the pathways and explore.

Lookout Bird enjoying the wild flower meadow

Lookout Bird sits in the most beautiful spring flowering organic wildflower meadow beneath an apple tree.  Nearby are bee hives and the cloud-pruned topiary and a perfect view of the house.

Owl Fly sculpture at Nunnington Hall

There are fifteen sculptures in total placed around the sheltered walled garden of Nunnington Hall, which nestles on the quiet banks of the River Rye in North Yorkshire.  Owl Fly sculpture has been thoroughly inspected by the resident flamboyant peacocks, but is unflustered.

Exhibition of stone sculpture in the garden at Nunnington Hall from 6 June to 16 July 2017.

Opening times:  Tuesday – Sunday 10.30 am – 5 pm






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