The sixth annual Sculpture Trail has now closed but we would like to thank everyone – visitors, artists, volunteers and the professional team – for supporting it and making it such a success.
We had around 4500 visitors this year and sold artwork for over half of the artists taking part, but more importantly we have inspired people of all ages and created fresh discourse about contemporary art/sculpture and the environment in a positive way.
The following cash prizes and commendations were awarded:
The Curator’s Vote 2019
Nick Ball (£250 prize) – Sarah Cannell selected ‘Vortex’ for the way that it worked in the space, use of materials and scale, links with the Woven Woodland and the immersive experience of walking through the structure.
The People’s Vote 2019
1 – Tobias Ford (£250 prize)
2 – James Barrett-Nobbs (£175 prize)
3 – Connie Adams (£125 prize)
4 – Andy Jarrett
5 – Christine Baxter
6 – Fern Spray
7 – Peter Wiltshire
8 – Boudiccas Women
9 – Gill Wicks
10 – Mike Challis
Just over 3000 people of all ages voted for their favourites and every single artist received votes!
Curator Sarah Cannell commented ” It was very hard to select the Curator’s Prize. There were a number of works that I wanted to choose including Grace Adam’s evocative signposts, Sarah Dyball’s woven entrance piece to the new woodland space, Rebecca Clifford’s stitched local place names, Viv C’s key installation, Christine Leech’s mysterious reflective work, to name a few!! I think that a lot of the strength of the trail this year came from the thoughtfulness of the way the works interacted with their individual spaces combined with a huge range of materials and techniques.”
Friday 2 August – 8 September 2019 – DATES FOR 2020 WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN JANUARY
Venue: The Raveningham Centre, Beccles Road, Raveningham, Norfolk NR14 6NU
A pop-up gallery in the farmhouse shows prints, paintings, textiles and fragile pieces.
Parking: plentiful free parking and designated disabled parking.
Toilets: including a wheelchair accessible toilet and nappy changing facilities.
Access: A mobility scooter will be available on a first come first served basis for a small donation.
Ravenous Café will be open every day for light lunches, drinks, cakes, and home-made refreshments, and will feature an exhibition.