Join the team! We are recruiting two new posts

Applications for both posts are now closed It’s an exciting time to join the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust as we embark on a new three-year ‘Forest Look Out’ commissioning programme which will see eight new Forest based-sculpture commissions and…


Rainbow Forest pop up den-making event

[fusion_text] A multi-coloured spectacle on the Sculpture Trail On Wednesday 24th August, we held a one-off pop up art event on the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail. Rainbow Forest was commissioned as part of the Trail’s 30th anniversary celebrations this…


Henry Castle Installs Coal Measure Giants

[fusion_text]New sculpture installed featuring 300 million year old fossils It has been an exciting week on the Sculpture Trail as Henry Castle nears the completion of his new sculpture Coal Measure Giants. Coal Measure Giants brings to the surface aspects of…


Pomona Zipser

New commission by Pomona Zipser

Pomona Zipser appointed to deliver new permanent Trail artwork Pomona Zipser has been selected to create a permanent artwork for  the Sculpture Trail, due to be launched in Summer 2016. Zipser is a  Germany-based Romanian artist. This is her first major sculpture…


New sculpture: Sentient Forest by Andrea Roe

Andrea Roe Sentient Forest Luminescent sentient artwork seeks to explore the Forest of Dean’s hidden secrets 15 April 2016 – 14 April 2017 Open by 8am daily Artist Andrea Roe reveals the unseen communication between trees in the artwork, Sentient Forest, a…


“Charcoal Measure” by Onya McCausland

[fusion_text] New piece “Charcoal Measure” by Onya McCausland “Charcoal Measure” uses charcoal made from the decommission of “Place” compressed into a series of black trenches scored into the ground. The work enables visitors to the Sculpture Trail to trace the…


New artwork on the way by Onya McCausland

Charcoal Measure Onya McCausland, From 15th March 2016 Charcoal Measure is a line of charcoal on the forest path that draws attention to the scale of the underground coal excavations, 1000ft below the surface. The work may be viewed on the…