Victoria is exhibiting at the Avebury National Trust Sculpture Exhibition in the Manor Gardens running Saturday 1st September - Sunday 7th October 2018. Avebury Manor gardens are arranged as a series of 'rooms', each with a different character, including Kitchen Garden, Topiary Garden, Lions Walk, Church Garden, East Garden, Half Moon Garden, Orchard, Monks Garden and South Lawn.
The first farmers made their mark on Avebury almost 6,000 years ago. Since then, a pretty village has grown up in the heart of the stone circle monument. At its centre and owned by the National Trust you will find a seventeenth century threshing barn converted into the Alexander Keiller Museum, an amazing Tudor Manor set within beautiful gardens where the exhibition of outdoor sculptures is to be held.
Preview Victoria's sculptures set within these exceptional National Trust gardens using the slide gallery below - click image for description..
Pomona - Contemporary figurative sculpture, woven bronze wire on steel armature, Avebury Manor, Wiltshire.
Child sat studying bird - androgynous figurative sculpture of child holding bird, woven steel and bronze wire, Avebury Manor, Wiltshire
Avebury Peacock - Wildlife sculpture, woven steel wire on metal armature with aging patina, Avebury Manor, Wiltshire.
Running Geese - Wildlife sculptures, woven willow on steel armature, Avebury National Trust Garden, Wiltshire.
Avebury Swan - Wildlife Sculpture, woven bronze wire, National Trust Garden, Avebury, Wiltshire.
Pomona Standing - Contemporary figurative sculpture, woven bronze wire on steel armature, National Trust Sculpture Exhibition.
Event ticket prices - This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.
All exhibits are for sale. Please enquire at the Museum Barn reception desk. For the duration of the art exhibition there will also be a garden only ticket for visitors who are not members or do not wish to visit the Manor: adult £5, child £2.50 - get directions on Google Maps..