Stone Lane Gardens offer £1,000 sculpture prize

Sunday 6th February 2022 4:00 pm
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Sculpture by Andy Hopper at Stone Lane Gardens.

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EMERGING and early career sculptors are being invited to submit their work for the Stone Lane Gardens Exhibition 2022 at Chagford.

A £1,000 prize known as the Ashburner Prize is up for grabs for the sculpture that best represents the theme ’connectivity’.

Connectivity may be interpreted in terms of materials, form, growth, and especially potential energy. It can apply to the body (internal to external); to place; to others; or, paradoxically, between materiality and the void. Connectivity implies affinity, openness, both being receptive to, and actively seeking, relatedness.

The 2022 selectors for the exhibition are ceramicist Sandy Brown, arts author and academic Penny Florence and Stone Lane trustee Sandy Lipo.

The event is being organised by Stone Lane Gardens charitable trust and the closing date for entries is March 31, the notification of selection in April and the exhibition will run from July 1 to October 31.

Stone Lane Gardens, a five-acre woodland and water garden on the edge of Dartmoor, runs an exhibition each year which is an important showcase for Westcountry artists. To find out more about the exhibition go to

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