Over 80 works of art are to be displayed in the garden of Avebury Manor, in Wiltshire, from Saturday.

 

Visitors to the National Trust garden will be able to see a variety of pieces, including a stylised head in stone, wooden sculptures nestled within the borders, and glass flowers mixing with their real counterparts.

 

Due to its popularity last year, Hazel Barry-Scott, Senior Visitor Experience Officer at Avebury decided to run the event again with a varied range of artistic styles.

 

‘The sculptures look wonderful, they really complement the garden and add a different dimension as you explore each garden room,’ says Hazel. ‘Many of the artists are local and each has a unique style, so there’s something for everyone, from glassworks to bronzes, wood and ceramic – and all are for sale if you can’t resist the temptation.’

 

The exhibition will run from Saturday 26 August until Sunday 1 October and is free with entry to the manor and garden.

 

More information is available at www.nationaltrust.org.uk/avebury.

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