The exhibition to open the garden’s 2012 season, will take place from Good Friday [April 6] to Easter Monday [April 9] from 10 am to 5 pm.
The metalwork, stained glass, steel, wood, paper and glass sculptures will be sited in strategic positions around the garden forming a sculpture trail. Each area has been carefully chosen to create a site of unique character in which the artists will display their work.
Nick Wray, Curator of the Botanic Garden, said: “We are delighted to host the first exhibition of sculpture at the Botanic Garden displaying a wide variety of beautiful, inspirational pieces of work from talented artists.
Sculpture at the University Botanic Garden will be open from 10 am to 5 pm on Good Friday, 6 April until Easter Monday, 9 April. Light refreshments will be available.
Entry to the Botanic Garden and sculpture exhibition is £3.50 adults; free to University staff and retired staff, Friends of the Botanic Garden, students and children under 16.