Grundisburgh Hidden Gardens celebrates
thirtieth year with sculpture exhibition
To celebrate its thirtieth year, Grundisburgh Burgh & Culpho Horticultural Society’s Hidden Gardens will include a sculpture exhibition at The Grundisburgh House Gallery and in the grounds of Grundisburgh House. Tickets will give access to all gardens open (and this year we are aiming at thirty gardens) and the exhibition.
The Butley Mills sculpture group includes bronze castors, painters, steel and stone sculptors. We are delighted to have the chance to exhibit the work of eight sculptors — Jim Racine, Caro Burberry, Meryem Siemmond, Tobias Ford, Gus Farnes, Stuart Anderson, Jennifer Hall and Craig Hudson —alongside two painters Mimi Nicolson and John Barker. (Images of work to be exhibited will be sent along side this press release.)
We also hope to provide an opportunity for local art club to exhibit over the weekend
We are delighted to have a real mix of gardens open this year from cottage and formal gardens, sculpture and meadow and woodland. Water features in a number of gardens both formally in ponds and fountains, as well as informally, in the waterway that runs through a large part of Grundisburgh, including The Green. Many familiar gardens will be open as well as a number of new ones.
As well as some delightful walks around all three villages, Grundisburgh village green will host a plant sale courtesy of Katie’s Garden. There are teas and snacks in the Parish Rooms, a cake sale and a special menu available throughout the weekend at the village pub, The Dog. Monies raised over Hidden Gardens on the 8-9 June will go towards funding the Grundisburgh Village show and local charities, which, this year, will include the new village hall.
For more information contact:
Linden Hibbert (art/gallery) firstname.lastname@example.org, 07779 241496
Catherine Laxton (gardens) email@example.com, 07876 350140
Jen Hall (Butley Mills Studios) firstname.lastname@example.org