Lakeside Arts
Part of University of Nottingham
Lakeside Arts
Event Detail

Sophie Ryder: Sculpture, Drawings, Prints

Saturday 19 November - Sunday 26 February, Various Times
Djanogly Gallery

Exhibitions

Open Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm
Sunday 12noon-4pm
Closed Mondays
Admission free

British artist, Sophie Ryder, is renowned for her large-scale open-air sculptures of animals and mystical hybrid creatures. Among her cast of characters, the Lady Hare features often, either alone or paired with her male counterpart, the Minotaur. Best known for her sculptures made of twisted wire, the artist was encouraged to work in bronze by her friend and mentor Elisabeth Frink and has also employed plaster, sheet metal and marble. 

Her solo exhibition filling all three spaces of the Djanogly Gallery offers a more intimate glimpse into Ryder’s studio practice including a selection of smaller-scale sculptures alongside drawings and prints of her favoured subjects. The installation Temple to the 200 Rabbits – guaranteed to be a sure-fire success with our youngest visitors – commands a gallery of its own. 

Families can pick up an Arts Investiagor pack from Gallery Desk to learn more about the exhibition.

Photos by Ellis Robinson