Posted 2 August 2011 by Andrew Gardner
Nymans House and Gardens is one of the south's leading visitor attractions and certainly a top attraction for the National Trust in Southern England.
Spiralling Skywards is a summer exhibition of contemporary sculpture at National Trust property Nymans running until the 10th September and is the first in a series of art projects planned at Nymans.
This exhibition features six highly polished metal contemporary sculptures displayed around the garden and house ruins and are inspired by geometry and pattern in the natural world. Later in the summer Nymans will be hosting Art in the Garden every Friday in August between 10.30am and 3.30pm where you will be able to take part in an exciting range of activities and materials for adults and children, these activities will be accompanied by a variety of artist demonstrations.