Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail returns to Raveningham Centre, near Beccles, to celebrate region’s creativity

Rachael Long's sculpture is on the Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail. Picture: RACHAEL LONG

Rachael Long's sculpture is on the Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail. Picture: RACHAEL LONG - Credit: Archant

A sculpture trail celebrating the unique character and creativity of Suffolk and Norfolk returns this week.

Rachael Long's sculpture is on the Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail. Picture: RACHAEL LONG

Rachael Long's sculpture is on the Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail. Picture: RACHAEL LONG - Credit: Archant

The fourth annual Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail invites visitors to explore hidden paths and secluded corners of the Raveningham Centre, near Beccles, where there will work from more than 50 established artists.

This year’s trail, organised by Waveney and Blyth Arts, includes site-specific work, 3D constructions and sculpture including textile, bronze ceramics and a sound installation. Featured artists such as Vanessa Pooley, Liz McGowan, Gordon Senior, Patrick Elder, Simon Griffiths and Meg Amsden will be joined by up and coming artists.

There will also be a programme of workshops, guided walks and events to accompany the trail.

The trail is open from 10am-4pm, Friday, August 18, to Sunday, September 17.

Twist by Tobias Ford is also on the Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail. Picture: TOBIAS FORD

Twist by Tobias Ford is also on the Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail. Picture: TOBIAS FORD - Credit: Archant

Visit www.waveneyandblytharts.com for more information.

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