Sculpture Tour and Lunch with Sara Ingleby-Mackenzie


September 12, 2024

September 12, 2024


£75 per person

Dotted around our intimately beautiful estate are 53 sculptures created by more than 20 sculptors from around the country. Each stands proud and resolute, happily positioned amongst their surroundings to provide guests with a unique experience to appreciate not just the natural beauty of our grounds, but also of these strikingly poignant and beautiful constructions.

The sculptures of witty and glamorous ladies displayed in our sculpture trail are created by Sara Ingleby-Mackenzie. They take a light-hearted view of society, exploring how in our image conscious world we wear sunglasses, go bare footed, teeter on impossible heels, and carry expensive handbags all for others to take note of. We are delighted to host this Meet The Artist event with Sara.

Sculpture Tour and Lunch with Sara Ingleby-Mackenzie

10.30am Tea and coffee on arrival
11am Tour of the Lympstone Manor estate and introduction to Sara’s art
12 noon Arrive at The Pool House for lunch
12.30pm Lunch served
14.00pm Conversation with Sara Ingleby-Mackenzie
15.00pm Event close

This event will commence at 10.30am with tea and coffee on arrival for an informative Sculpture Tour and Lunch event with Sara Ingleby-Mackenzie.

We look forward to welcoming you to Lympstone Manor.

Sara Ingleby-Mackenzie Bio

Sara is an internationally recognised sculptor, recently awarded The President’s Commendation Medal for Sculpture at the XIVth Florence Biennale in October 2023.

She is also the winner of a Henry Moore Foundation Scholarship and has been creating unique sculptures since graduating from the Bath Academy of Art with a First-Class Honours degree in Sculpture and Printmaking.

Sara has undertaken numerous private and corporate commissions; examples include the Mayflower’s Edward Winslow stepping ashore on arrival in America for Droitwich Council, the OAG Airline of the Year Award and Diving with Dolphins for the Nordic Swimming Federation.

Sara’s leggy ladies are to be found in galleries and garden exhibitions in the United Kingdom and in private collections around the world.

Sara is currently working on a public sculpture based on the works of Sir Edward Elgar to be situated at Worcester.

Find out more about Sara Ingleby-Mackenzie.

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Meet The Artist and Lunch with Sara Ingleby-Mackenzie

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Thursday 12th September

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