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Exhibition dates: Saturday 24th -Sunday 25th August 2024.  10am-6pm

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APPLICATIONS OPEN NOW *Please read all information below before submitting an application*

Deadline to apply
11.59pm Sunday 18th August 2024

Nature Galleries have teamed up with the Glenmorangie Cadboll House to create a Sculpture and outdoor artwork installation exhibition in amongst their stunning walled garden. This is the first show of its kind located at Cadboll House and is a great opportunity for artists and sculptors wanting to expand their exposure out of their current area and exhibit in an established hotel with links to an internationally known Whisky distillery.

Our goal is to create exhibitions with themes of environmental conservation that are not only aestethic but educational. Artists are encouraged to challenge their use of material and concept to fit the title of exhibition "Habitats". We are looking for work drawing on environmental conservation of habitats and the beings that live amongst them:

Aquatic, Polar, Tundra, Evergreen Forests, Seasonal Forests, Grasslands, Deserts, Rainforests, and Oceans.  

While is is not compulsory, work is encouraged to be sustainable with ethically sourced materials.

There will be an opening night on Saturday 24th August 6-10pm for Business partners of Glenmorangie, the artists and guests with options for a 3-course meal (limited spaces available so bookings advised through Cadboll House). 

There will be a "Sculpture Hunt", consisting of smaller works for children attendees. Artists are welcome to donate smaller, inexpensive works as part of the sculpture hunt.

Drop off & Collection of artwork:

Drop off will commence from 8am until 6pm on Friday 23rd August and you may select your time slot in the application form.

If work is being sent via courier, work should not arrive to Cadboll House any later than 5pm Thursday 22nd August 2024.

Collection from Cadboll House will commence from 8am until 5pm on Monday 26th August and you will need to select a time slot in the application form.

If work is being collected by a courier from Cadboll House, this should be no later than 5pm Tuesday 27th August 2024.

‘Habitats' at Cadboll House – Terms and Conditions


  • Now free to enter.

  • Please upload a PDF with your proposed work/s for the exhibition. These can be sketches if the work is still in the process of being made, or photos if the work already exists. Please include for each work the:

- Name & Date of each work

- Size dimensions in CM (Length, Width, Height) of each work

- the weight in KG

- Materials (ie. Bronze)

- Price in GBP (INCLUDING 25% commission) / NFS

- A proposal of where you would like the work to be situated in the gardens. Please familiarise yourself with the garden plan provided on the website.

- Provide a short description of your work (250 words maximum) and how it is connected to the theme ‘Habitats’.

- Install instructions if you are unable to attend to install the work on Thursday 22nd August/Friday 23rd August.

  • Unfortunately because this is the first time Cadboll House has hosted something like this, right now we are testing the waters and I am not in a position myself to offer any financial support for the transport of work. However, providing this tester exhibition goes well, there are talks with Glenmorangie to run an annual exhibition and have proposed to them to offer artist bursaries and funding for future events and exhibitions.

  • Provide a short description of your work (250 words maximum) and how it is connected to the theme ‘Habitats’ and environmental Conservation.

  • Open to artists living and working in the U.K.

  • Please note this is an OUTDOOR exhibition, so work must be suitable to display outdoors in all weather conditions.

  • Artists have the option to submit a proposal for work that is in the process of being made and not yet ready to display. Please include proposed sketches, dimensions and artwork description.

  • Work must be original 3D work with emphasis on sustainability and environmental awareness.

  • Artists are required to supply any equipment needed for display as well as instructions on how to display if they are not present on install day.

  • The work can be offered for sale during the exhibition; there will be a commission charge of 25%. Please include the price (if you would like to sell it): if your work is not for sale, please state NFS.

  • Please include in your application the size & measurements of the sculpture – Length/Width/Height & Weight 

  • It is the artists responsibility to ensure their work is insured, Glenmorangie House or Nature Galleries is not responsible for damages or theft.

  • Please ensure as the artist you have Public liability insurance. 

  • All work must be sufficiently and safely packaged. We cannot accept responsibility for any damages occurring in transit.

  • Successful artists will be notified within 48hours of submitting their application whether their work has been accepted. This enables artists travelling from further afield to make any necessary arrangements.

  • By taking part in the exhibition, you agree that your images can be used for any publicity material (social media and/or printed material like flyers or posters, etc.). 

Sculpture depicted in the flyer, with permission from the artist, is "Aetherium, Ancestral Vale" by New Zealand artist Virginia King located at Brick Bay Wines & Sculpture Trail, Auckland NZ. 


King characterises the work as being "a celebration of the longevity of trees" and is a memory to lost Kauri forests. This piece draws attention to the threat of Kauri dieback - a soil-borne pathogen introduced to New Zealand from Asia. Dieback is fatal to Kauri trees native to Aotearoa and threaten trees thought to be older than 2000+ years.

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