Tenby Museum’s Sculpture Park

Posted by Tenby Museum on Oct 3, 2017 Blog No Comments

Three sculptures by Darren Yeadon have recently been installed on the entrance path to the museum.  These Weirdstones are made from Whitby sandstone with a marble base.  The tallest stands at 62 inches (158 cm) whilst a fourth smaller sculpture, placed in the Wilfred Harrison art gallery, is a mere 42 inches (107 cm).

The sculptures are part of the museum’s ‘external gallery’ which currently features a birdbath by Perryn Butler (donated by Marion Hutton), a sculpture by Robert Raschke aka RobArt (donated by the artist) and two pieces of community art by Ceri Pritchard.

Darren’s sculptures are available for purchase – the three tallest are £1,000 each (but he is open to offers) and the smallest £800 (again with the option of an offer.)  If you are interested in any of Darren’s work do get in touch with the museum on 01834 842809.