Sculptures from award winning artist Tom Hiscocks head to Norfolk
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The Stody Lodge gardens are to host a selection of sculptures from the award winning artist Tom Hiscocks.
The 14-acre rhododendron and azalea gardens at Stody estate, between Fakenham and Holt, will showcase the unique works made mostly from metal, acrylic and glass.
Mr Hiscocks sculptures follow a theme of being human and have been sold across the UK, Europe and America.
He said: 'My works play with the idea of emphasising the layers within rather than the layer without. It is what happens inside that interests me. The place we are in, physically and metaphorically, also impacts how we experience things, so I have tried to create work that responds similarly to its environment. Work that changes depending on the angle we approach it from, its surroundings, and perhaps even the time of day.'
Sculptures selected by the artist will be at Stody Lodge gardens Sunday, May 21 until Monday, May 29.