Opening 26 February 2022 with the WSP Opening Party, the Winter Sculpture Park will launch Bexley into 9 weeks of free public sculpture. Gallery No.32invites all to engage with monumental modern artwork and adventurous curation.
Winter Sculpture Park will host the work of 43 artists, some keenly returning for a second year including Catriona Robertson, runner up Saatchi Gallery UK New Artist of the Year (2021) and Patrick Colhoun, member of the Royal Society of Sculptors, presenting his third piece in an exciting series of site specific works for Gallery No.32. Also returning is Ashburne Prize Winner (2021), Nicola Turner.
Tere Chad, member of the Royal Society of Sculptors also sits among the 43 exhibiting artists, alongside Diana Zrnic, featured in the acclaimed London Grads Now at Saatchi Gallery.
The annual open-air Winter Sculpture Park at Gallery No.32 is a free opportunity for artists to exhibit their work in new and challenging terrain. As an artist-led space, Gallery No.32 commits to providing an exhibition and project space to artists, facilitating the opportunity for risk-taking. With a portfolio of site-specific exhibitions and participatory community events, Gallery No.32 has become a creative hub in the local area and the wider grassroots artscene.
Full artist line-up:
Annie Strachan Catriona Robertson Cecily Loveys Jervoise Charlotte Cullen Deborah Frith Diana Zrnic DollyOlli Ella Martin Ema Mano Epps & Jyoti Bharwani Emma Louise Moore Emma Papworth Erika Trotzig Fredrix Vermin Gabriela Pelczarska Gloria Sulli Helen K Grant James Cross Jane Thomson Jesse Tadini Rybolt Joe Edwardes-Evans
Laurence Green LiAn Lee Lily Bunney Liz Clifford Lorraine Snape Lucy Faherty Marie-Louise Jones Martha Ellis Matt Foster Mike Lowry Nicola Turner Nigel Wood Patrick Colhoun Philip Micheal Wolfson Tammy Woodrow Tere Chad Titus Davies Tom Cardew Tom Witherick Vanessa Walters Wenwen Liu
Megan Stuart, Curator and Director at Gallery No.32, said; ‘Gallery No.32 is a space for artists to connect. We are built on the culture of creative exchange, and the annual Winter Sculpture Park is the perfect platform for that to take place. Visit and get involved.’
Kieran Idle, Curator & Director at Gallery No.32, said: ‘Gallery No.32 brings creative opportunities to Bexley, and projects like the Winter Sculpture Park are here to engage and inspire the local community and beyond.’
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