Sculpture makes return to Doddington

Doddington Hall & Gardens’ popular exhibition, Sculpture at Doddington, is returning to the historic hall for a summer of art and culture.
Almost 400 works of art will be part of Sculpture 2020Almost 400 works of art will be part of Sculpture 2020
Almost 400 works of art will be part of Sculpture 2020

From this Saturday, July 25, to Sunday,September 6, visitors will be able to enjoy the works of 68 sculptors set against the backdrop of Doddington’s Elizabethan gardens near Lincoln.

Internationally and nationally acclaimed artists will have their sculptures featured at the exhibition, including leading figurative sculptor David Williams-Ellis, whose work includes D-Day Sculpture, which was unveiled to honour the 75th anniversary of D-Day.

Visitors are being asked to book tickets in advance to help the team maintain a safe number of people enjoying the exhibition.

Claire Birch, owner of Doddington Hall & Gardens, said: “We are thrilled in this most extraordinary of years that we can welcome visitors to our fifth biennial Sculpture Exhibition.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has been extremely challenging worldwide and it was no exception here at Doddington.

“We are so lucky that our long-planned Sculpture Exhibition is largely outdoors, and that we can go ahead with it safely. We have almost 400 works from 68 artists from the UK and overseas placed around the gardens and in the Stable Yard Gallery.

“Finally, a big thank you to Sculpture Events with David & Kate for organising and curating the exhibition in difficult times and to all our sponsors, their generous involvement makes the exhibition possible.”

Booking tickets in advance for Sculpture at Doddington is advised. Normal garden entry applies, so there is no additional charge for the exhibition.

For more information and to book tickets, visit .

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