We are only open ...Every Day in May
Delamore Arts and Sculpture Exhibition takes place annually, every day in May. Based in a traditional Dartmoor agricultural estate house and gardens, the exhibition presents the largest collection of artist's work in one place in the South West. Extensive gardens featuring ancient Rhododendrons and Azaleas are at their best in May creating a vibrant and exciting backdrop to the finest Sculpture exhibition in Devon. Based at Cornwood near Ivybrige, Delamore is right on the edge of beautiful Dartmoor and makes for a fantastic day out.
Delamore by Kieron Williamson
The imposing house was built in 1859 for Ann Praed and George Parker when they were married. The gardens which are rarely open to the public were laid out at a similar time with plantings of newly imported rhododendrons and magnificent trees. Seen at their best during May, they are an ideal backdrop for sculpture large and small, from well established to new and emerging artists.The light rooms make a superb gallery for paintings and indoor sculptures.
The exhibition takes place annually and is open every day in May. Why not come and browse and perhaps buy one of the many pieces created by local, national, and international artists.
Delamore Arts and Sculpture
Delamore , Cornwood, Ivybridge, Devon
Every day in May 10:30 to 16:30
Admission £7.50 (under 16's Free)
Enquiries: Please contact David on 01752 837663 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Delamore is delighted to be supporting the Moor Otters Public Arts initiative in aid of Dartmoor National Park, which offers opportunities to both Artists and Corporate supporters to raise their profiles and help raise funds to enable vital National Park projects. More info is available here
Delamore Arts 2016
This year we hosted the South West Academy's Annual Exhibition in the Delamore Park Gallery. Also we had Keiron Williamson visiting to paint and talk about his art, a resident sculptor Johnathan Randall and an interactive work by Stephen Quick and Astrid Foreman. In future we intend to hold a number of interactive displays and art demonstrations as well as seeking to develop our educational package for schools. Please contact David for more information.
A range of home made Soups, freshly cut sandwhiches, teas and Coffees are available in the Old Kitchen Cafe. We regret that Dogs and Picnics are not allowed in the formal gardens however visitors are welcome to eat and leave dogs in the ample free parking field.
Disabled Access. Please ask for Disabled parking at the entrance. Disabled access is available to the main gallery and most areas of the garden can be reached in a wheel chair.
Each year the exhibition supports a local charity, helping raise funds and hosting a special evening charity event.
2016's supported Charity was Moorvision. Moorvision is a parent led group that provides support, information and activities for families of blind and partially sighted children and parents/carers throughout Devon.