The Courts Garden, Holt, near Bradford on Avon BA14 6RR

Form and Fascination: Sculpture exhibition
Two sculptors will be showing their work among the bright flower borders of the Courts Garden throughout October. Fiona Campbell and Ian Turnock have created an exhibition called Form and Fascination which will be on display in the National Trust garden near Holt.

Selected sculptural works by Fiona and Ian inspired by structures in nature will sit side by side with peaceful water gardens and herbaceous borders, with organically shaped topiary. The gardens are open from 11am – 5.30pm.

The Courts Garden in Holt is well known for its imaginative use of colour and planting, creating unexpected vistas that are the perfect backdrop to this autumn sculpture exhibition.

Contrasting with the garden design, Fiona uses instinctive building processes such as wrapping, weaving and layering to form large scale sculptural work – the effects of rust, corrosion and patination are often an integral part. Find out more by visiting her website:

Ian creates large scale contemporary sculptures inspired by nature, digitally cutting patterns into stainless steel, aluminium, copper, reclaimed steel, and plywood to produce free standing pieces for interior and exterior spaces. To find out more about Ian’s work, visit:

Main image: Sculpture by Ian Turnock