This spring, Architectural Plants will be welcoming The Garden Gallery for a four-month exhibition, showcasing contemporary sculptures in stone, bronze, steel, glass and ceramic by some of the gallery's regular artists.

Rachel Bebb founded the gallery in 1994 to promote outstanding contemporary artists creating sculpture and ceramics for gardens.  We are delighted to welcome Rachel and The Garden Gallery to Architectural Plants, in our aim to be a recognised destination for outdoor sculpture for both our trade and retail customers.

The exhibition will run from 16th March - 21st July 2018.

A full list of exhibitors can be found in the exhibition brochure, supported by CPA Property and accessed here.  Please click below for photos of the sculptures.

Exhibition Gallery

                                          

Architectural Plants' Resident Artist - David Klein

David Klein lives on the south coast and has been creating and exhibiting sculptures for over 21 years.

'My principle interest is in form and line - its endless possibilities to calm, excite or surprise the mind, whilst always being a uniquely physical encounter.

'Whether working closely to the human form or exploring more abstract relationships, the process of both modelling in clay and carving in stone is at once intensely enjoyable and deeply engaging.  It can seem almost a process of meditation within which a more intuitive and distantly familiar set of rules apply.

'I feel proud to be working within the figurative tradition; it can span cultures, connect us with our ancestors and hopefully be intelligible to generations to come.'

David Klein MRBS SPS

David's Gallery

                                                                     

                                                                                                                                             

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