The Garden Gallery exhibits and sells contemporary sculpture, ceramics, glass and furniture for gardens and interiors. Proprietor Rachel Bebb, a Garden Designer, promotes outstanding contemporary artists creating sculpture and other works of art for gardens, the home and the office.

Garden sculpture and contemporary sculpture for interiors is exhibited in stone, bronze, glass, steel, copper and ceramic. Sculptural ceramics and contemporary garden furniture are also displayed.

Commissions can be arranged for those wanting a unique, site-specific contemporary garden sculpture, and many of the Gallery's artists also work on a large scale for public places.

The Gallery is a resource for garden designers, landscape architects, architects and interior designers, as well as garden and home owners. The Gallery represents some 50 contemporary artists. Up to 150 pieces are displayed in the Gallery’s lovely garden, enabling clients to visualise them in their own surroundings. The indoor gallery displays small sculptures and ceramics for the home and office.

The Garden Gallery is open during exhibitions and by arrangement.
  • – Abstract and figurative sculpture in bronze, stone, glass, steel and ceramic
  • – Sculptural ceramics for gardens and interiors
  • – Benches, tables and chairs for the garden
  • – Inscribed plaques (stone, slate and glass), benches and tables
  • – Site-specific commissions for the home, garden, office and public places
  • – Advice on siting sculpture from the Gallery’s owner, Rachel Bebb,
  • – A garden designer with an MA in Modern and Contemporary Art
  • – The option to try before you buy
Rachel Bebb trained as a garden designer and established the Gallery in 1994 to promote outstanding contemporary artists making fine sculpture, ceramics and furniture for gardens. She welcomes the opportunity to curate in other venues. Her exhibition ‘The Figure in the Landscape’, held in Winchester, included sculptures by Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore and Peter Randall-Page FRBS.
Rachel is a trustee of the Hampshire Cultural Trust, and a trustee and past chairman of the Hampshire Gardens Trust.

Garden photography above © Marianne Majerus.

Featured Galleries

Abstract Sculpture in Bronze

Abstract Sculpture in Stone

Abstract Sculpture in Glass

Abstract Sculpture in Steel

“Making a Mark” opens on Saturday 13 May (Private View 11 – 5) and runs until 8 July on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 11 – 5

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‘I believe that a sculpture should speak for itself. It should need no verbal description. A title may give a hint to the viewer of what was in the sculptor’s mind.’

Charlotte Mayer