This Easter 2018, Court Robert Arts will be reopening their Sculpture Exhibition for the Spring and Summer months (and we're super excited)! Since last Spring, we've been busy doing lots of work to our Courtyard and Gardens, so make sure you pop along and see us!
Final details are yet to be confirmed, but we're sure to have some scrumptious homemade cake as well as some Easter activities. Plus if you're not just coming for the cake... We have lots of new work being exhibited here too that's bound to look lovely in your garden.
Interested in learning more about painting, drawing or sculpting? We'll also have even more information about our teaching programme commencing in April at Court Robert Arts.
Keep an eye out for the event page on Facebook!
After what has felt like a rollercoaster weekend of weather, there's certainly some snow in sight at Court Robert Arts this morning. The mountains are coated in a beautiful blanket of that wintery goodness, although our sculptures are looking a little chilly...
Regardless of the cold, this Winter sunshine is getting us pretty excited for our gardens to re-open for Summer 2018.
Join us Easter Weekend (March 30th) to see what new artwork we're exhibiting for you!
Believe it or not, Valentine's Day is here next week! (We know, wasn't it just Christmas?)
If your loved one is more of a garden addict than chocolate lover, treat them to one of our beautiful garden sculptures. From the elegance of the Sunworshipper to the simple Sitting Cats, we're bound to have something to delight this Valentine's Day. Or if you're looking for something on a smaller scale, our little Smug Cats are perfect for those who adore their feline friends!
You can buy online, or call us on 01291 691186 to place an order. We look forward to hearing from you!
Resident Artist at Court Robert, Christine Baxter, has had her work incorporated into the new Wellness Suite at the prestigious Thermae Bath Spa. Encapsulating the Roman history of Bath, the Wellness Suite is a Roman-inspired Steam Room. Hand-crafted to match the colour of the stone blocks and the wall design, Christine provided six sculptures in total. She says, “the design was a joint effort” by herself and her partner, Alex Brown. They each wanted to capture the essence of a “strong but benign” lion, which works very well in the dramatic lighting of the Wellness Suite!
Earlier this week, Christine was invited to take photographs of the sculptures in situ at the Wellness Suite. Although, she did have quite the early start to get the photos taken prior to 8am before guests arrived at the steam room (which would have played havoc with the photgraphs)! Christine notes how the lion masks work extremely well in the Suite, alongside a marvelous mosaic of Minerva. Christine told us how “tasteful and relaxing” it all is, and how pleased she is that guests will be spending some of their spa experience looking at her work.
Want to see more of Christine’s sculptures? Visit Court Robert Arts in Raglan where her work can be seen displayed in the courtyard, alongside other artists’ work.
Christine Baxter and Alex Brown are the artists in residence here at Court Robert Arts. From everyday goings-on to new pieces of work, its all here. Alex is a painter and Christine a sculptor.