The Walled Gardens at Croome Court Re-opens to Visitors at Easter
Last year, the new art exhibitions on display within The Walled Gardens at Croome Court generated a lot of interest from visitors.
As a result, from Easter 2019 there will be a brand new series of outdoor sculptures and indoor art exhibitions.
Each exhibition will be made up of work by two artists and two outdoor sculptors and will include mediums such as fused and stained glass, stainless steel, bronze, silver, ceramics and wood.
These will create a focus to showcase the work of talented and creative artists as well as provide inspiration for garden and art lovers alike.
The first exhibition will run from Friday 19th April until Sunday 9th June 2019, showcasing outdoor sculptures created by artists Ian Marlow and Angela Palmer. Paintings, etchings and stained glass pieces by Frans Wesselman can be viewed inside the Walled Gardens’ visitor centre, along with a range of jewellery and metalwork inspired by the sea by artist Sharon McSwiney.
There will be an opportunity to meet the artists on Saturday 20th April, and all exhibits will be available to purchase.
As the restoration of the gardens continues, work commenced over the winter months to restore the Tomato House, with plans to progress with the Pineapple House and finally the Mediterranean garden throughout 2019.
Visitors will be able to see significant progress in the gardens this year as they follow the developments throughout the seasons. Chris and Karen look forward to welcoming visitors old and new, for another exciting year for the continuing restoration of The Walled Gardens at Croome Court.