From 29th July-10th September, Marks Hall Gardens & Arboretum will be hosting an exhibition of sculpture in its magnificent grounds.
The event was produced by Sculpture Events and Bazzoo who have built an enviable reputation for mounting major outdoor sculpture events across the U.K., this has included Doddington Hall near Lincoln, Coughton Court – a National Trust property in Warwickshire, Sculpture in The Sanctuary in Nottinghamshire, Greyfriars’ in Worcester which included a sculpture trail along historic Friar Street.
Bazzoo have also organised a specialist sculpture showcase for ONEOFONE Ltd at Top Marques in Monaco and more recently, have designed and installed a major exhibition in Newark celebrating the life of T.E. Lawrence aka ‘Lawrence of Arabia’.
Following on from these successes, Bazzoo have been working closely with Essex based Marks Hall and its marketing team to deliver their second fine exhibition of sculpture which opens this weekend (29th July).
The sculptural extravaganza will be opened by Dr Charles Saumarez Smith CBE, Secretary & Chief Executive of the Royal Academy, London and features the work of Mel Fraser in Gondwanaland.
A dedicated website has been built to showcase the exhibition and provide details of over 60 national and international sculptors who will be exhibiting over 300 pieces of art. To support the event, a 32 page brochure has been produced together with leaflets, posters, invitations and film (a review of the 2015 event can be viewed below).
(Postcard – both sides)
An important aspect of the event is to engage with sponsors, supporters and the volunteers who have worked to maximise the publicity they receive from the event and to acknowledge their support.
Sculpture at Marks Hall runs from 29th July to 10th September.
Bazzoo continues to grow its exhibition and events business, working with clients across the United Kingdom and welcome enquiries from companies looking to refresh their services. For an informal chat with the team at Bazzoo, call us on 01636 821 607 or email email@example.com