Doddington Hall to host sculpture display, including work by David Williams-Ellis and Simon Gudgeon
Sculptures will be displayed against the backdrop of historic Doddington Hall, near Lincoln, for a six-week exhibition that starts on Saturday (July 25).
Visitors will be able to see 400 sculptures by 68 national and international artists.
Work from leading figurative sculptor David Williams-Ellis, whose work includes D-Day Sculpture, and Simon Gudgeon, one of Britain’s leading contemporary sculptors, whose work is featured in the private collections of the Duke of Edinburgh and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, are among those that will be displayed in the hall gardens.
The famous gorilla sculpture from the London 2012 Olympics will also be there, ready for selfies with families and art lovers.
Other sculptors that will have their work on display include Jilly Sutton, Andrew Smith, David Harber, Clare Bigger and Cathryn Shilling.
All sculptures that form the exhibition are for sale, with prices from £60 to £60,000.
Purchases will support the artists, as well as contributing to the conservation and protection of Doddington Hall and its community.
Visitors are being asked to book tickets to help maintain social distancing.
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