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FRESH AIR 2013 - Quenington Sculpture Exhibition from 16 June - 7 July 2013

FRESH AIR 2013 one of the UK’s leading outdoor contemporary sculpture shows next takes place in the lovely 5-acre garden of Quenington Old Rectory, Cirencester, Gloucestershire from Sunday 16th June to Sunday 7th July 2013.  A wide range of disciplines is on view including bronzes, glass, stainless steel, stone, ceramic, marble, wood, fabric, plastic and resin to multi-media installations. 

Artists who would like to exhibit in Fresh Air 2013 are welcome to apply before 15th February 2013.
Sculptures and installations must be suitable for exhibiting outside and work will be chosen by a committee whose decision will be final. Please contact us for details.

Huge beautiful pots to withstand the climate, textiles invented not to fade or shred, a banner for a birthday, surprising metal work or wonderfully worked glass placed in a border constantly changing according to the time, light and weather can all be found at this year’s 10th biennial FRESH AIR.

For more information about the show contact:
Ana Bianchi
Tel: 01285 750379
Mob: 07785 931021
Email: abianchi@freshair2011.com

FRESH AIR 09
Sunday June 14th until Saturday July 4th 2009

FreshAir 07 was a great success and showed outdoor sculpture by more than 90 artists who work in a variety of materials such as bronze, resin, metal, ceramics, glass, stone, wood, willow and cloth. The exhibition takes place in the garden and grounds of Quenington Old Rectory, the beautiful Cotswold home of Lucy and David Abel Smith. It aims to promote and sell the work of local, national and international artists, and to provide a forum for education in the visual arts. Young, emerging sculptors have an opportunity to exhibit alongside more established artists and bursaries are awarded to talented artists as development opportunities.

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Installation by Ashish Ghosh, the celebrated conceptual artist from West Bengal, India


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Carol Peace, Allies, lifesize bronze

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Rebecca Newnham, White Lotus, 700 mm tall and in constructed in fibreglass with a white glass skin


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Mike Savage, form no 2, copper sheet, welded and waxed.  He is intrigued by the complex shapes of organic segmentation and industrial forms


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Wendy Hoare - Ceramic Pot

The next event will take place from Sunday June 14th until Saturday July 4th

Open 10am - 5pm every day including Sundays. Admission is £2.50p for adults over 18yrs, children 18 yrs and under free. On Sunday 21th June there will be an entry charge of £4 in aid of the National Gardens Scheme.  All artists work is for sale at prices ranging from £50 - £50,000. Catalogues will be for sale at £5.

Artists who would like to exhibit in Fresh Air 09 are welcome to apply before 15th February 2009.

Sculptures and installations must be suitable for exhibiting outside and work will be chosen by a committee whose decision will be final. Please contact us for details.

For news on what events we are hosting in 2009, please go to News & Reviews

For more information about the show contact:

Ana Bianchi
Tel: 01285 750379
Mob: 07785 931021
Email:
abianchi@freshair2009.com

If you are an artist who would like to be considered for inclusion in the next FreshAir 09 exhibition, send jpegs or photos (before 15th February 2009 ) to:

The Quenington Sculpture Trust
Quenington Old Rectory
Cirencester
Gloucestershire GL7 5BN
Tel:01285 750358
Email:
abianchi@freshair2009.com
Email: lasmith@freshair2009.com


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