2017 was a busy year, exhibiting sculpture at more places than ever. My work could be seen at RHS Hyde Hall, RHS Wisley, Surrey Hills sculpture garden and appART art & sculpture exhibition at Prior’s fields. I participated in Herts Afforable Art fair and Herts Open studios with Sue Nicholls studio.
I have posted a compilation of my 9 most liked posts from Instagram last year. You can find me there as walls_jo – please take a look!
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As well as designing the Surrey sculpture society trail again this year for the amazing gardens at RHS Hyde Hall. I also exhibited my latest bronze resin “Dangling Skyward”, and my squirrel “Red 1”. Dangling Skyward found a new home on Monday when the sculpture trail was taken down.
Surrey Hill Sculpture trail opened on the 30th April and runs until 4 June. I have Red 1 and Red 2 on display, both sold over the opening weekend. They are both limited editions of 25 and edition 3/25 onwards are still for sale.
Red 1- Jo Walls
Red 2- Jo Walls
Red squirrel sculpture – Jo Walls
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It’s nearly time for the AppART Easter exhibition to open! I delivered my sculptures to Surrey over the weekend ready for the opening on Saturday 1st April.
This is AppART’s 22nd Art Exhibition and Sculpture trail. With around 400 artist from all over the South East exhibiting high quality art work both indoor and outdoor. It is well worth a visit.
It runs from Saturday 1st April until Easter Sunday. Open every day 10am – 4pm. Admission is free. All artwork is for sale. Venue is Prior’s Field School, Prior’s Field Road, Godalming, GU7 2RH
Sentinel. Jo Walls
AppArt Easter Exhibition
Red 1 and Red 2. Jo Walls
A few photos of “Red 1” and “Red 2” in the snow.
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Introducing the latest sculpture in my red squirrel series “Red 1”. Limited edition of 25, the first edition has moved into his new home in Scotland.