Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer is a sculpture park in Buckinghamshire running an annual exhibition programme between Spring and Autumn each year.

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    • Founded in 2017, Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer is a private sculpture park in Buckinghamshire which surveys the breadth of contemporary sculptural practice. From emerging talents who are redefining sculpture's very definition and driving it forward, to established artists who are leading by example by continuing to innovate and experiment with every new work. Each year we present artworks and installations along a route that takes you through the gardens, from woodland to parkland to water-garden and open lawn.

      Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer was established with the aim of offering a space for sculptural experimentation, development and dialogue. Alongside the annual exhibition programme, we are continuing to create opportunities for artists to engage, exhibit and share their ideas.

    • In 2018, we commissioned The Potting Shed; a multi-use creative space and installation artwork designed and built by Collective Matter. Collective Matter - a ceramics and social engagement collective based in South London, Newcastle and New York - programme within the space a range of activities from exhibitions to community projects and peer to peer artist engagement days. 


      Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer is also home to the Royal Society of Sculptors' annual Spotlight Award. Each year the Societies membership are invited to apply for the opportunity to present a solo installation within a cleared area of woodland. The successful applicant is selected and mentored by Brooke Benington director George Marsh. Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer will return in May 2020 with a new line up of artists and a full programme of events and activities.