Doddington Hall will host its fourth Sculpture at Doddington event from the end of July.
The Elizabethan hall and grounds will provide the backdrop for more than 300 sculptures which are being transported from all corners of the UK as well as overseas.
The exhibition, which takes place between Saturday, July 28 and Sunday, September 9, will showcase 80 of the world’s best-known sculptors.
Collectors, art lovers and garden enthusiasts alike will be able to view the works of art as they stroll through the historic walled gardens and parkland.
Once they reach the Stable Yard area, they will find indoor gallery spaces displaying up to 120 sculptures alongside a new ceramics exhibition. It will be the first time Doddington has hosted a ceramics’ show.
The exhibition, which has been curated by David Waghorne, will showcase pieces including work from Heather Jansch, Michael Speller, Tom Hiscocks, Diane Maclean, Julian Meredith and Anne Curry.
Claire Birch, who with her husband James, live in the hall said: “Our previous Sculpture at Doddington exhibitions have proved popular but we are particularly excited about this year’s offer as there will be even more to view.
“We will be bringing pieces created by national and international sculptors right here to Lincolnshire for this limited period.”
Sculpture at Doddington 2018 takes place between Saturday, July 28 and Sunday, September 9 and will be open daily between 11am and 4.30pm.
There is no extra admission cost for the exhibition as it is included in garden admission.