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Surrey Sculpture Society announce new art exhibition venues for 2013

PUBLISHED: 11:24 04 December 2012 | UPDATED: 22:27 20 February 2013

Surrey Sculpture Society announce new art exhibition venues for 2013

Surrey Sculpture Society announce new art exhibition venues for 2013

Having enjoyed another successful year exhibiting at numerous prestigious venues, such as RHS Wisley, Guildford Cathedral, Beaulieu and Denbies Wine Estate, Surrey Sculpture Society have announced they will be adding even more venues in 2013

Having enjoyed another successful year exhibiting at numerous prestigious venues, such as RHS Wisley, Guildford Cathedral, Beaulieu and Denbies Wine Estate, Surrey Sculpture Society have announced they will be adding even more venues to their 2013 programme.


Alongside this years additions of G Live in Guildford and the new AppART event at Secretts in Milford, they will be hosted by Fulham Palace, the historical home of the Bishops of London, and Painshill Park, another stunning 18th century venue, set in 158 acres at Cobham.


With over 300 members from across the South of England, the society is one of the most active arts organisations in the country.


During the spring of 2013, SSS will be exhibiting at Denbies Wine Estate at Dorking, followed by a long exhibition at Beaulieu Motor Museum in the beautiful grounds and gardens of Palace House and inside this elegant stately home.


It is hoped that G Live will again feature in the programme and dates are being discussed.


The Painshill Park exhibition will open in early July, followed by the Fulham Palace exhibition in August, which will establish a presence for SSS in the London area and yet still be close enough for art lovers from Surrey to visit.


RHS Wisley has been a very popular venue for SSS and this month-long exhibition will open during late August and lead through to the autumn events, including the second AppART show and then the final exhibition of 2013 in the striking symmetry of Guildford Cathedral.


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