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Garden Scuplture Trail

PUBLISHED: 11:52 18 June 2014 | UPDATED: 11:52 18 June 2014

Sculpture by Willa Ashworth

Sculpture by Willa Ashworth

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4, 5 & 6 July 2014, 10am-5pm at Gatcombe Court, Flax Bourton, BS48 3QT

Sculpture by Jitka PalmerSculpture by Jitka Palmer

A show not to be missed at Gatcombe Court.

Entry fee - £3

Parking available

Sculpture by Jo JonesSculpture by Jo Jones

Jitka Palmer: Sculptor originally from the Czek Repunlic now lives in Bristol. Accomplished sculptor and ceramicist, with many awards. Hand built sculptures in Bath and Portland stone; figurative, expressive and narrative ceramics in earthenware and slip. www.jitkapalmer.co.uk

Willa Ashworth: Creates decorative and functional original metalwork pieces for the garden. She lives in the Chew Valley. www.willaashworth.co.uk

Jo Jones: Her work is concerned with the human form and its relationship with the environment. She lives near Portishead. www.jojones.net

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