After visiting the art gallery, we walked to the sculpture centre. As we entered, a member of staff approached us and apologised that one of the rooms was being prepared for a new exhibition but he could take us through to another room.
Here the work was being installed from the museum's own collection on the theme of portraits and chosen by the artist who was having the next exhibition in the gallery.
It was interesting to see the choices made by the artist and to recognise some pieces by well known artists.
Moving outside into the garden, the sculptures were stunning. In this natural setting, which was not over populated enabled the individual pieces to stand out. It was also interesting to see pieces from well known British artists such as, Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth.
A fascinating day so far and on the way back to our apartment, we decided to look for a large eyeball sculpture that we had read about. Believe or not, we nearly missed this, as it was behind a high hedge. Although it was on private land, we were able to view it from a distance away over an iron railing.
So a nice end to this cultural day. As we walked back to our apartment, Sue's eyes lit up with excitement as she realised, that once we were back, she could carry on one of her holiday traditions of washing our clothes!