The Himalayan Garden & Sculpture Park in Ripon has a new 60-strong artwork exhibition
Last updated Apr 17, 2024

Above: Fish Pool by Diane Maclean

Go on an immersive journey through art and nature at the Himalayan Garden & Sculpture Park, near Ripon, at its new 60 collection artwork exhibition entitled Sculpture in the Landscape. It opens for the season next week on Thursday April 18 until the end of October 2024.

Showcasing artists from across the globe, the pieces are dotted around the 45 acres of gardens and will be on display along with the 90 mixed media permanent sculptures.

Willow Snow Tiger by Leila Veneer

From monumental installations to intricate pieces, each sculpture will invite those visiting the garden to think about the artwork in a unique and thought-provoking manner. This is all to the backdrop of the gardens that are home to more than 20,000 plants, including one of the North’s largest collection of rhododendrons, azaleas and magnolias.

Visitors can expect to encounter sculptures crafted from a myriad of materials, each telling a unique story and the garden can make for a great day out for art enthusiasts, nature lovers, and families alike.

Barn Owl And Vole by Bryn Parry

Will Roberts from the Himalayan Garden & Sculpture Park said:

“We are delighted to present this exhibition, celebrating the intersection of art and nature.

“This year’s exhibition features a rich tapestry of creative expressions, offering visitors an unparalleled opportunity to immerse themselves in the beauty of both the sculptural and natural worlds and provides a platform for established and emerging artists to showcase their talent while fostering dialogue about the environment, culture, and society.”

The artwork will also be available for visitors to buy should they wish; just head to this link for details.


A Vessel by Cillian Briody

Mr And Mrs Pig by Henrietta Bud

Fallen Fruit, Apple III by Chris Moss

A Vessel by Cillian Briody

The Watchman by Rory Cannon

A Brisk Walk by Simon Conolly RBSA, RSMA

Aderyn by Stephen Page

Swift Return by Gill Wicks BA(Hons) Fashion Design, PGCE

Blue Door Sycamore by Dave Watkinson


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