For those who want to have a fantastic art experience, there is no better way to do this than to take an art walk. In different parts of the UK, there are plenty of opportunities to do this. One is by taking advantage of what the art trails have to offer.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Art comes in many different forms, and one of these is sculptures. One of the trails that provides some excellent viewings of this is Yorkshire Sculpture Park. One of the many fantastic art pieces that can be enjoyed here is Lady of the Lake. This piece is magnificent and is 7 metres tall. Jaume Plensa created it. This park is comprised of 500 acres. A portion of it is available to dog walkers.
Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail
One everything to be seen at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park has been exhausted then the next experience could be the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail. Here the works of some prominent artists can be such as Cornelia Parker along with Ian Hamilton Finlay. The distances that can be walked vary between two to file miles. This is one of the first sculpture trails to be constructed in the UK.
The Sculpture Park, Surrey
Here there are about 800 sculptures that are present for those who love this form of art. It is comprised of 100 acres. This is considered to be a fun art walk because it has such a diversity in art pieces, such as some that are deemed to be whacky and plenty for the mystic lovers. This is also a part that the kids enjoy because there are lots to capture their interest.
These are just a few examples of the types of und art walks that can be enjoyed. There is usually at least one or two that will appeal to every kind of art lover.