THE 2016 LYME REGIS SCULPTURE TRAIL PLANS

For our second sculpture trail, over twenty sculptures will be seen in Lyme Regis for the first time.

By June, a comprehensive trail map will be available at the Tourist Office so you don’t need to miss any of them.  For the curious, extensive background stories will be accessible on the ArtsFest website for each participating sculptor.  If you have the QR Code app on your phone you’ll be able to skip straight to those stories as you stand there in front of each work. 

Artists from Weymouth (Caroline Sharp), Taunton (Michael Fairfax), and Crewkerne (David Parker) will be joining the trail alongside our truly local sculptors (Greta Berlin, John Calder, David Holland, Gail Sagman and Clare Trenchard).  The programme will reach its climax in September with a galleried show above the Pavilion, coinciding with the other ArtsFest 2016 exhibitions and events which all run from the 17th of September until the 2nd of October.

Primordial Turmoil

‘Primordial Turmoil’ is one of John Calder’s land art sculptures which remains from the 2015 Sculpture Trail. It will be gone by November, and may need some refurbishment before then, but he’ll have some new work out there for 2016, too.

Photo by Terry Jeavons.







Isla Chaney's wall installation in Drake's Way remains from the 2015 Sculpture Trail. She’ll have some new work and maybe some reconfigured work out there for 2016, too.

Photo by Terry Jeavons.







Greta Berlin's ever-popular Fiddler remains for as long as Peter and Jenny can get away with it. She’ll have some new work out there for 2016, too.

Photo by John Calder













John Calder, Sculpture Trail Curator


Published on 09/03/2016.

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