For the third year Cockington Court, a popular visitor attraction in Cockington, Torquay is set to host the 2019 Sculpture Trail. The trail is an artist led project, delivered in partnership by local artist Phil Dixon and Cockington Court Centre Director, and artist, Marissa Wakefield. This year will feature 19 local artist and sculptors from the South West, who are now busy preparing further details of the works they will create ready for the launch event on 26 May.
The Sculpture Trail leads around the grounds of Cockington Court unearthing hidden sanctuaries, such as the secret Walled Art Garden and extends inside Cockington Court to the Kitchen Gallery and Manor House, starting 26th May to the 8th Sept 2019.
Vik is exhibiting with fellow artists Helen Bacon, Luci Coles, Malcolm Curley, Phil Dixon, Tony Fagan, Jo Golesworthy, Laura Harvey, Louise Hensby Dixon, Angela Holmes, Terry Hopkins, Stephen Jobe, Paul Pibworth, Allan Poxton, Peter Stride, Vera Stride, Vita Sumeiko, Marissa Wakefield, Tony Weaver
Gallery of exhibits coming soon..
Victoria is thrilled to be one of the 19 artist selected to show their work over the summer at this now well established sculpture trail. After visiting the venue and discussing the available sites with Phill Dixon and Marissa Wakefield, Vik plans to focus her pieces on the organic tranquil nature of the Walled Art Garden.
Cockington Court is one of Torbay's favourite destinations, combining history with present day through a thriving craft centre and a popular programme of events. The site enjoys a growing reputation as a regional centre for quality arts and crafts. Set in an award-winning country park a mile away from the seafront, Cockington Court is an historic manor house with over twenty craft studios, tea rooms, walled art garden, tudor rose garden, contemporary art gallery and a popular children’s play area. Open daily from 10am, free admission - get directions on Google Maps..