Devon Sculpture Park is an expansive, Wilded, 100 acre sculpture park with ‘seascape for art’ just south of Exeter.
Discover a budding new art centre with outdoor and indoor exhibition spaces, artist studios, retreat facilities and natural stages for performance – art, theatre, music and more.
Mingle with other creatives for coffee, lunch or tea at The Terraces.
One of the most impactful views in Devon acts as backdrop. Steeped in history the park was created to support a mixed programme of contemporary art and performance from UK and international artists.
Founded by resident artist, Philip Letts, indoor and outdoor art covers all forms that speak to our themes:
We are here to support and showcase both established and emerging artists.
If you would like to be considered for exhibitions or performances at Devon Sculpture Park please contact email@example.com. It would be helpful if you could include your bio and portfolio.
The first Friday of the month access to the Capability Brown gardens and main exhibitions is FREE for artists. Use the parks extraordinary backdrop to create art, photography, video, music, performance, literature and more.
Art groups and associations can meet and work here using the extensive indoor and outdoor facilities. To enquire contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The sculpture park has a permanent collection which includes dozens of sculptures from leading UK artists as well as the largest collection of resident artist Letts’ environmental artworks. We also put on specific annual exhibitions.
Outdoor art includes sculpture, both dead and living, installations, graffiti and outdoor paintings including mixed media.
Devon Sculpture Park
Mamhead Park (South)