The exhibition is open to the public EVERY DAY IN MAY
10:30AM UNTIL 4:30PM including weekends and bank holidays!
Admission: £7.50, Under 16s free.
After the huge success of 2016, this year's show promises to bring an even more spectacular collection of fresh and thought provoking art to the public. More than 150 leading sculptors and painters are exhibiting new and exciting work. Alongside the main exhibition you can visit a musical Sculpture trail leading to the World's largest Cromlech, and featuring the World' s largest Rain stick as well as the South West Academy's (SWAc) Annual Exhibition the New Gallery at Delamore Park a short walk away.
The magnificent gardens are only open to the public during the show and are seen at their best during May with rhododendrons in full bloom. Wander on the lawns where much of the sculpture is displayed, view the indoor sculpture and paintings in the main rooms. There can be few better places to admire and perhaps purchase the work of some of our best artists.
Businesses can host private corporate functions at Delamore free of charge over the course of the exhibition, offering a chance to network and relax in unique and elegant surroundings. It is advised that bookings are placed at least three weeks in advance to guarantee a choice of evenings. To book a corporate function please call Nicky on 01752 837236 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Cafe Kitchen is open again and will be serving soup, salad, sandwiches, cakes and ice creams.
To order a copy of the Delamore Art 2017 catalogue, priced at £5 plus p&p, please telephone 01752 837663 or email email@example.com and we will be happy to help.
Pieces can be reserved in advance of the exhibition.
Please be aware that this is not a complete listing. Unfortunately, because of space and artist's requests, some exhibitors and their works are not shown on the website. All information is subject to correction and is believed correct at the time of compilation. Please note packaging and delivery are not included in the price of purchase.
Japanese Anemone - Colleen Du Pon
Ecstacy of Time 2 - Ann Goodfellow
Across Dartmoor - The Warren House Inn
Eider Duck Vase - Jenny Hale
Auriora - Lucy Unwin