Artistic developments at Treseren
Article Published: Thursday 14th May, 2020 - 11:47am
Couples dreaming of an intimate celebration at one of Cornwall's most stunning and stylish country house venues will find their vision manifest at Treseren, where wedding weekends for up to 20 people can be exclusively yours, allowing you and your dearest to relax in rural Trewithen near the rugged north coast.
The 'homestead under the stars' presents a variety of beautiful buildings and spaces to unwind, stay and say 'I Do', from Shepherds House to Skye Cottage nestled amongst two acres of gorgeous grounds featuring south facing terraces, secret garden pathways, , an organic children's play area and fire pits for toasting marshmallows.
Treseren's latest additions will increase the wow factor and character of this already-unforgettable venue. Owner Paul's oldest friend,
British Sculptor, Benjamin Dearnley, paid him a pre-lockdown visit where he helped to engrave their new marble entrance sign and bought an assortment of artistic works to display in the house and gardens.
Visitors will especially delight in the two-times lifesize sculpture of British swimmer and five-time Olympian, Mark Foster, which is displayed alongside sculptures of other Olympians and Paralympians from Ben's ‘Avenue of Champions’ series that includes a torso of Paralympic wheelchair medallist & basketball champion, Ade Adepitan.
The eclectic curation of Ben's work also showcases Spirit of the Sea, a stunning marble carving located in the lawned garden, while a female head fragment carving sits atop the mantelpiece in the drawing room, which has presided over many a beautiful autumn/winter elopement wedding.
Get in touch for more information about an elopement or small wedding at Treseren today.
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