Sculpture in the Vineyard 2018 (#SITV2018)
Yes, Bothy is on course to host another fabulous sculpture exhibition, organised by The Heartstone Fund. Once again visitors will be able to wander through our vines and winery to admire a huge range of sculptures, but this time the art will be set amongst vines in full fruit. It will be a breath-taking sight. Highlights:
- Over 200 sculptures by 50 artists scattered through the grounds and in the winery of Bothy Vineyard
- Brand new pieces to view and purchase, in a wide range of media
- Launch on 8th September by patron Jane Beedle, landscape designer AND Great British Bake Off finalist
- Interactive art pieces, vineyard self guided tour, children's art-hunt
- Art and sensory workshops, talks and performances through the weekends
- Refreshments and wine to taste throughout, with BBQs on weekends
- Pop up Sunday lunch on 9 September - elegant-rustic, al fresco dining amongst the art.
For more information visit the Sculpture in the Vineyard website, like our Sculpture Facebook page, or follow us on Instagram - @SITV2018
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We are delighted to support the Heartstone Fund as well as our fav local nature charity Wild Oxfordshire. The former was set up in memory of Lendon Scantlebury, who curated our previous exhibitions but tragically passed away last year and whose dream was to help young people enjoy and learn how to make sculpture.
All art pieces except those owned by Bothy Vineyard will be on sale. It's important to book the workshops and courses on weekends e.g. wirework, blacksmithing, dynamic drawing, sensory walk, glass fusing, printing and collage. Other events too: music, poetry and dance. Please keep visiting the exhibition programme page to see what is coming up! Book now.
Open daily, 10 am - 6 pm, there will also be food and refreshments, free parking, child-friendly treasure map and additional events on weekend. Entry fee of £2.50 to include programme.
Re-visit Sculpture in the Vineyard 2015
This is what it looked like in 2015 (left)...... with thanks to Nice Tree Films.
Press Release 11 August 2018 -
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