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The popular biennial Sculpture Exhibition returns to Doddington Hall. The stunning walled gardens and romantic wild gardens provide the perfect setting for over 275 works of art made by 60 sculptors from across the UK and beyond.

20 July - 8 September 2024

Curators David Waghorne and Kate McGovern have carefully selected national and international sculptors to complement each area of the garden and to provide an eclectic exhibition to suit all tastes, styles and budgets. A large indoor gallery located in the Stable Yard will exhibit a captivating variety of smaller-scale pieces.

Almost every piece in the exhibition is for sale, an investment which will bring enjoyment to your home or garden for many years and will help to support the career of the sculptor.

We thank all of our sponsors, and in particular our lead sponsor RBC Brewin Dolphin, for their very generous support of our exhibition.

20 July – 8 September, Gardens & Stable Yard Gallery open daily, 10am-4pm with last entry at 3pm.

*Please note that on Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays the East Front may be temporarily closed for weddings. Visitors will be rerouted during this period and the East Front will be opened again as soon as possible.*

If you would like to visit the Hall (open Wed, Fri, Sun & BH Mon, 11am-4pm), we recommend pre-booking tickets to guarantee your preferred time slot. Hall tickets include access to the Gardens & Gallery. Pre-book here. Gardens & Gallery only tickets are available on arrival.

Usual garden admission applies, no extra charge for the exhibition. Tickets include access to the Gardens, Stable Yard Gallery & an Exhibition Catalogue.

Adult: £9.50 / Child: £4.50 / Family: £22

Doddington Season Ticket Holders: Free

Historic Houses, RHS, CPRE & Art Fund Members: 20% off full price garden entry 

2 for 1 for carers

Please note that no other promotions are valid during the Sculpture Exhibition. If you wish to visit the Hall (open Wed, Fri, Sun & BH Mon) admission is Adult £13 / Child £6.50 / Family: £36 and tickets include access to the exhibition in the Gardens & Gallery.

Sculpture at Doddington tickets are available on arrival at the Gatehouse and include an Exhibition Programme and access to the Gardens & Gallery.

If you would like to visit the Hall (open Wed, Fri, Sun & BH Mon, 11am-4pm), we recommend pre-booking tickets to guarantee your preferred time slot. Hall tickets include access to the Gardens & Gallery. Pre-book here. Gardens & Gallery only tickets are available on arrival.


John (Ioannis) Bizas

Having spent his childhood on the island of Chios in Greece, as a youngster John Bizas was drawn to the fine arts and quickly began to focus on sculpture. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts of Carrara and has worked for Damien Hirst, Jan Fabre and Louise Bourgeois to name a few.

Roberta Mason

A big believer in ‘the fundamental interconnectedness of all things’, as coined by Douglas Adams. Roberta’s pieces look to address how global urbanisation has moved many of us away from our deep connections with nature.

Ian Gill

Based in the Lincolnshire Wolds, Ian Gill has been producing works of art for over two decades. He has been awarded the title Associate of the Worshipful Company of Blacksmiths (AWCB) which is a recognition of the amazing organic sculptures he produces.

James Sutton

A local Lincolnshire artist, James lives in Saxilby just a few miles from Doddington Hall. From his studio on Hall Farm in Gainsborough, James works in a variety of metals, bronze and stone, inspired by his love of nature and the emotions it evokes.

Nadine Collinson

Following careers in fashion and film special effects, Nadine took up her artistic journey. A self-taught sculptor and painter, Nadine lives in the Hampshire countryside with her husband, two daughters, horses, alpacas and dog.

Mike Clancy

Born in High Wycombe, UK, in 1984, Mike Clancy currently splits his time between London, Barcelona and Buckinghamshire where he has a workshop and studio. Mike initially qualified as a RIBA registered architect in 2012, an experience which has become deeply rooted in his work.

We are delighted to welcome you to our seventh Sculpture at Doddington exhibition. We have more than 300 inspiring works of art by 60 national and international sculptors set throughout our walled and wild gardens.

We’ve added numbered arrows through the gardens to showcase the breadth of work on display and help you make the most of your visit. Don’t forget to visit the Stable Yard where you will find a large indoor Sculpture Gallery.

Every sculpture is for sale and a purchase is not only the acquisition of special work but also supports the artists and contributes to the conservation and protection of Doddington Hall and Gardens.

New for 2024, our Kitchen Garden hosts our first Doddington Young Sculptor Award, curated by Doddington Hall’s creative lead, Angus Forbes. This provides an excellent opportunity to view the work of the talented budding sculptors together with works of art from some of the finest contemporary sculptors.

We thank David Waghorne and Kate McGovern from Sculpture Events for once again curating the exhibition and refining the quality and variety of the work. We also thank our sponsors for their generous support.

We very much hope you enjoy your visit.

 Claire & James Birch