Delamore Arts is based at Cornwood in South Devon. Each summer we bring art and the public together within this idyllic setting on the fringes of Dartmoor. The imposing house was built in 1859 for Ann Pread and George Parker when they were married. The gardens which are rarely open to the public were laid out at a similar time with plantings of newly imported rhododendrons and magnificent trees. Seen at their best during May, they are an ideal backdrop for sculpture large and small, from Henry Moore Foundation prize winners to emerging artists.
The light rooms make a superb gallery for paintings and indoor sculptures. Open every day in May, come and browse and perhaps buy one of the many pieces created by local, national, and international artists. Also visit Dartmoor’s newest “prehistoric” artefact – the incredible Cromlech!
NEW TO 2010! We have opened a space serving soup, salad, sandwiches, cakes and ice creams. Plymouth’s Creative Arts Facility “Flameworks” will be launching their very own sculpture trail around Delamore’s idyllic lake.
Supporting The Dartmoor Trust and Dartmoor Archive