Art & Sculpture

The idea of sculpture in the garden conjures up images of grand European estates with sweeping vistas punctuated by neo classic figures or larger-than-life abstract shapes cast in bronze. But Creative Director at Secret Gardens, Matt Cantwell, says increasingly, sculpture is being understood as a great design device, however large or small your outdoor space is.
Garden art might not be the most common client request, but it’s a surefire way to turn a good landscape design into something spectacular, adding an element that’s uniquely personal and richly evocative. Plus, on the practical side, an artwork is almost always maintenance free, it can be taken with you if you move and, chosen well, it will go up in value!