Sculpture Exhibition a real success!

The first day of Asia Chan-Rose’s sculpture exhibition ‘Enlightened?’ was a great success. Before the
 official opening time of 11am, an enthusiastic couple from Llandyrnog were already through the gate – “Are we too early?”


They were closely followed by a couple from Tremeirchion, then others from Ruthin, St Asaph,
Denbigh, all keen to explore the pieces arranged around the gardens of Plas Clough. Glorious
sunshine, a light breeze, intent discussions, and then relaxing under umbrellas, sipping homemade
elderflower cordial and digging into rich, fudgy brownies.

The work “challenges one’s perception of the concept of sculpture…looking at life through an
alternative dimension” was one comment, and “wonderful afternoon, such talent” another.



It was so idyllic, hidden in the ‘oasis’ of green, a time to rest and enjoy the company of new friends,
that one person asked if they “could stay longer, if we don’t mind?” Of course!


 There were two more days, with both new and familiar faces appearing at the door, to experience Asia’s unique perspective, one-of-a-kind sculptures, and possibly be “spiritually touched”. Almost everyone tried the fresh, crunchy delight of a Taiwanese green plum recipe, so much so that supplies quickly dwindled. 



Thank you to all who visited over the three days. We're expecting this exhibition to be first of many, and are looking to include other artists in the space, as we've already been approached with this request.