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Sculpture in Yorkshire

For something a little bit different explore Yorkshire's Sculptures. Yorkshire's beautiful views and vistas are dotted with some of the countries finest sculpture's, set in remarkable and alluring outdoor spaces.

 

Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle

YSTIf you fancy getting out and exploring the best of Yorkshire with your mum, then why not check out one of the four fantastic Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle venues: The Hepworth Wakefield, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Leeds Art Gallery and The Henry Moore Institute

Here you can cebrate 200 of the World's Greatest Artists.

The Henry Moore Institute, The Hepworth Wakefield, Leeds Art Gallery and Yorkshire Sculpture Park are only a 30-minute drive, bus or train ride from each other. Which means you can enjoy an afternoon, a day or a weekend at all four great venues during a year of world-class exhibitions.

The Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle outlines an ambitious plan to make Yorkshire the European Capital for sculpture and it build's on the county's unique sculpture heritage as the birthplace of two of the most important 20th Century sculptors, Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore.

Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle from Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle on Vimeo.

For more information visit www.ysculpture.co.uk

Sculpture Galleries

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Neon Workshops, ideally located between Yorkshire Sculpture Park, The Henry Moore Institute and the newly opened Hepworth Wakefield Gallery, is the only arts organisation in Europe to offer the public a neon education and exhibition programme. Sculptor Richard Wheater continues to help revive neon both inside and outside of the gallery environment; considering it a relevant material to illuminate the 21st century.

 

 

GraculusGraculus Sculptures, Reeth - Michael Kusz is a Yorkshire-based sculptor who uses inventive welding techniques to transform old copper into unique and often quirkily humorous artworks. His sculptures of animals and birds - everything from a five-inch butterfly to a nine-foot phoenix - are bursting with life and energy, and reflect his passion for materials, his keen sense of form and texture, and his keen sense of fun.

 

Austwick Hall, Settle. Set in ten acres of beautiful woodland the sculpture trail consists of a growing collection of contemporary sculpture of both abstract and figurative pieces in a range of different materials. Many of the sculptures have been commissioned from local artists. Take your time to explore each piece - it's form, colour and touch. Be inspired and enjoy the art.

 

Stoneface Sculptures, Sheffield. The Sculptures created by Stoneface are a sincere reflection of human emotion transcribed into a three dimensional form. There is a sincerity and openness in all of his work and often a representation of the links between man, nature, the past and the present. The increasing popularity of his work is due to his ability to sculpt emotion into his pieces. The demand for commissions and the increasing number of private collectors are indicative of his international standing.

A selection of Sculpture...

  • Bolton Abbey sits as part of the Bolton Abbey Estate in the Yorkshire Dales, and offers seventeen exciting sculptures for all the family to enjoy, set beside the river in beautiful woodland.Stevan Tica on Penistone Hill 2
  • Newby Hall Gardens near Ripon feature an amazing Sculpture Trail weaving it's way through the 25-acres of award-winning gardens.  Download the sculpture trail here.
  • Yorkshire Sculpture Park near Wakefield is a centre of international importance for creation, exhibition and appreciation of modern and contemporary sculpture. The magnificent vistas over the valley, lakes and gardens provide a rich environment for the best examples of sculpture by international artists, including Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore. WATCH A VIDEO!
  • The Harlow Carr RHS gardens in Harrogate feature some unusual garden sculptures to explore, including willow pirate ships, giant owls and the log dragon.
  • The Hepworth Wakefield - Brand new art gallery, designed by acclaimed British architect, David Chipperfield. Expect to see unseen collections of sculptures by Barbara Hepworth. The world-class gallery spaces will offer a vibrant social space with a café serving locally sourced food, education spaces for learning activities and a programme of film screenings, talks and events to compliment the exhibition programme and art collection.
  • Get your walking boots on for the Penistone Hill Geology Trail, where sculpture and geology combine to create a fascinating walk through a long forgottenchapter of the South Pennines industrial heritage. This short circular trail from Haworth Parish Church, tells the story of the heritage of the area through its rocks, from their formation millions of years ago to the men who quarried and mined the land, to where we stand now. A booklet guides you around the 2 ½ mile trail taking in two quarries and various geological features as well as four sculptures by Stevan Tica. The booklet is available from visitor centres in Haworth and Hebden Bridge and costs £2. www.pennineprospects.co.ukorach
  • An outdoor sculpture trail will be an added attraction for people visiting the Dales Countryside Museum in Hawes. Featuring the artwork of Yorkshire craftspeople, the Hidden Secrets Sculpture Trail will allow people of all ages to explore and appreciate the area's wildlife, culture, landscape and built heritage of the Dales. An area has been landscaped and made wheelchair and pushchair friendly for families to enjoy the outdoors and a range of information points interpret the history of the area from prehistoric times onwards. The different themes are interpreted by QR codes that can be read on smart phones and also in a leaflet. Local school children and residents of Sycamore Hall have contributed to the project which has been funded by LEADER and the Friends of the Museum. It's hoped that more sculptures will be added in the future with further community involvement. The Sculpture Trail is accessible as part of the museum visit. We hope you will come and rediscover the old and the new at the Dales Countryside Museum.