Barnoon Hill St Ives TR26 1AD 01736 796 226
The subtropical garden is the highlight of this unique exhibition, with its monumental bronze sculptures that were Hepworth’s representation of the coastal environment that inspired her. Along with the wood, stone and bronze pieces exhibited here, you can also peep into the studio where the artist worked and take a journey through Hepworth’s life via the archive materials on display.
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