The Bergh Apton Sculpture Trail offers an exciting opportunity to view important works exhibited in twelve private gardens set within an idyllic rural Norfolk village.
This year’s theme is “Balance”. Many pieces will be an imaginative response to Climate Change, exploring how we balance our needs responsibly and ethically with those of nature.
61 important East Anglian and international artists have been selected to exhibit including Christopher Le Brun RA, recently short-listed for the “Gateway to England” commission.
Final year students from Norwich School of Art & Design will exhibit in gentle parkland and for the first time Shona stone sculptors from Zimbabwe will be included.
Many works will be for sale giving exclusive access to original works of art by renowned artists.
The Trail will meander through the village, along footpaths, over a landscaped former landfill site and through newly planted woodland. Live music will complement the settings. There will be story-tellers, workshops and a specially composed performance by local schools.
To promote environmentally responsible practice there will be no transport other than for the less mobile. This event will be essentially for walkers & cyclists only (please bring your own bikes).
For more information
Tel: Lizzie Meadows 01508 550119
Email: [email protected]