A wonderful array of locally crafted artefacts to enhance your garden and home – be inspired!
Wonder around the 3 acre wild meadow and along the surrounding woodland path.
With fingers crossed there are no further changes to Government rules, we look forward to welcoming you back to Art in the Garden. As we know, being surrounded by nature is the perfect remedy to the day-to-day stress we have all been under for the last year. Jan has been working hard to keep the site under control, with help from the team when allowed to join her, and new areas have been opened up, which we hope you will enjoy.
Due to Covid-19 there are a number of changes to the normal Art in the Garden structure that regulars will be familiar with. Please check details below before travelling.
Open 12th-26th June, 2021. 10am-5pm
We will be closed to general admission on Mondays and Tuesdays (14th-15th & 21st-22nd). This is to allow anyone who is more cautious to book a timed slot with less visitors on site. Please contact Jan to reserve your space – firstname.lastname@example.org or 01329 833124.
This event will be outdoors only this year and the studio will be a sales point, although indoor items will be displayed to see through the windows and are still available to purchase or enquire about.
Sadly, we will not be able to offer refreshments this year, but please feel free to bring your own (non-alcoholic) drinks and nibbles.
Toilet facilities as normal. Sanitiser and extra cleaning materials provided to clean surfaces.
No dogs – except guide dogs
Children only with accompanying adult
No credit card facilities – cash and cheque only
Evergreen, Trampers Lane, North Boarhunt, Fareham, Hampshire, PO17 6BU
Follow the pink arrows!
Ceramics: Sandra Bidmead, Jan Griffiths, Suna Imre, April Stephenson
Glass: Dee McNamara
Artist Blacksmith: Lucille Scott
Metalwork: Jenny Ames, Andy Stevenson
Willow: Jacqueline Rolls
Stone Sculpture: Tracey Ward
Rosie Wesley – winner of the Boarhunt 4th Plinth Competition 2020
Plus: Matthew Watson, Svetlana Ochkovskaya and members of the land art team.
Plus there are ‘Forest Bathing’ meditative workshops available – for details see https://go.adoreyouroutdoors.co.uk/littleforest