FIONA CAMPBELL, fresh from making the copper woven canopy for this year’s Viking Cruises show garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show, will be demonstrating her sculpting techniques. Her sculptures are made from recycled materials such as copper, plastic, wool and twine. For ages 8+ to 80s, a fun day of watching an artist at work and maybe even try your hand at making some art!
Demonstrations between 11am and 5pm. Visitors can pop in at any time of the day and stay for as long as they please.
Artist Talk – 3pm Fiona will be talking about her work and career, including her methods and inspiration from natural forms.
FIONA will also be exhibiting a selection of her outdoor sculptures, from a giant copper nest to a spider and its web.
This event celebrates our 5th year of being open for Chelsea Fringe. The event is free and no booking is necessary. Visitors can wander round the private garden and exhibition and watch Fiona at work.
RECLAIMED, RECYCLED, RESHAPED coincides with the final day of Hidden Garden Art Show 2016. Our 13th annual exhibition is open for two weekends in June: Sat and Sun 4 & 5th and 11 & 12th, from 11 – 6pm. Weekdays are by appointment.
Other artists who are exhibiting in the outdoor sculpture exhibition include:
FRANCES DOHERTY‘s ceramic sculptures based on flowering forms will include new shapes based on flowering cactuses.
JONATHAN GARRATT will be showing his distinctively shaped ceramic planters as well as some of his ‘Garden Punctuation’ sculptural installations.
HELEN NOCK will have a selection of her recycled slate stools and tables, birdbaths and sculpture with mosaic details from found materials.
NICK WEAVER whose floating lounger styled on a traditional fishing boat features on the same Viking Cruises show garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show, will be exhibiting a selection of his reclaimed wood stools and tables for the outdoors.
Closest to the Haverstock Hill end of Belsize Lane in the short section with the red brick pavement between Ornan Road and Wedderburn roads where Belsize Lane bends into an ‘S’ shape. Plenty of free street parking