AppArt’s 2017 art exhibition and sculpture trail at Prior’s Field School, Godalming
PUBLISHED: 09:57 06 April 2017 | UPDATED: 09:57 06 April 2017
AppArt’s annual Art Exhibition & Sculpture Trail at Prior’s Field School showcases new, emerging artists, along with many old favourites exhibiting their work.
Foremost among these artists is Philip Jackson, a renowned Scottish sculptor with an outstanding international reputation.
Also exhibiting is Surrey glass artist Adam Aaronson, whose glass sculptures are the main feature of a major artwork at the Houses of Parliament called New Dawn. Fellow Surrey Sculpture Society member, Henriette Van Der Does, is also exhibiting her finely-created abstract figures, and beautifully-subtle ice landscapes.
Also on show, Jamel Akib’s bold and colourful paintings, John Wright’s portraits and abstract paintings, and wonderful work by staff and pupils at Prior’s Field School. Visitors can view around 500 indoor exhibits and explore over 100 large sculptures in the school’s Gertrude Jekyll inspired gardens.
The AppArt Exhibition & Sculpture Trail is open every day from Saturday April 1 to Sunday April 16. Admission is free.
• Prior’s Field School, Priorsfield Rd, Godalming GU7 2RH Web: appartonline.co.uk
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