Pathways is a varied exhibition of sculpture and installation that is sited within, and responds to, the unique characteristics of this ancient woodland and meadow site. Accessed via a trail, visitors will be able to discover a series of works in woodland settings that make the most of the dialogue between art and site, commenting on the dynamics of the place and inviting further dialogue about how we see the place and the art within it.
Six exciting artists have been selected to join the artist-curators Jemma Gowland and Jane Sarre for the inaugural Pathways Art Trail. Taking place in Hook Green Wood, the trail features figurative and abstract artworks responding to the Wealden woodland environment by Linda Bloomfield, Jack Durling, Saskia Gall, Miranda Ellis, Rachael Nicholson, and Clare Whistler. The selected artworks are very diverse, and intentionally so. Each highlights a different aspect of the wood and offers a different perspective on this magical place. Such a diversity is fitting in a woodland now managed for the biodiversity that nature prefers.
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Free trail guide
Hook Green Wood, bottom of Neills Road, near Lamberhurst
what 3 words: loitering.trend.farmland
Look out for the signs!
Open Fri – Sun, 11am – 5pm