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Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden
The garden was an essential part of Hepworth's creative process and when she died it opened to the public as a permanent setting to exhibit her works. Since 1980 the Tate has managed both studio and garden. St Ives, Cornwall.
Broomhill Sculpture Park
Provided by the Broomhill Art Hotel and Gallery in Barnstaple, Devon. Visitor details and virtual tour.
The Cass Sculpture Foundation
Sculpture organisation and outdoor museum devoted to the promotion of 21st century British sculpture through public commissions and exhibitions.
Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail
Sculpture trail situated on the border between England and South Wales. Includes a catalogue of the artists represented, a history of the project and full visitor information.
Arts organisation with woodland sculpture park based in the Grizedale Forest in the Lake District. Details of annual events, artists, visitor details and history.
Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden
10 acre landscaped garden in Surrey, UK, houses an ever changing collection of contemporary sculpture by over 100 artists.
New Art Centre Sculpture Park and Gallery
Specialising in work from 1950 onwards. Information on current exhibition and holdings from estate of Barbara Hepworth.
Norton Priory Sculpture Trail
Collection of over 20 sculptures illustrating artists' individual responses to Norton Priory. Includes works by Diane Gorvin, Adrian Moakes and Phil Bews. Near Runcorn in North West England.
On Form Sculpture
Biennial exhibition of stone sculpture hosted in the grounds of seventeenth century Asthall Manor, Oxfordshire.
Portland Sculpture and Quarry Trust
Tout Quarry on the cliffs above Lyme Bay with views to the Devon Coast is a labyrinth revealing sculpture either carved into the rockface or constructed from shale within the quarry landscape itself.
Public Art Research Archive
Sheffield Hallam University resource on public art in Sheffield and elsewhere in the UK. Includes links to specific artists, locations, temporary pieces, articles, conferences and awards.
Storey Gallery: The Tasting Garden
Permanent environmental artwork by Mark Dion, part orchard and part artwork. Lancaster.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Provides a changing programme of exhibitions, displays and projects throughout 500 acres of eighteenth century landscaped grounds and three indoor galleries.
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