We’ve rounded up the best places to soak up art in the great outdoors. Fickle British weather notwithstanding, these are the sculpture trails we think are worth donning sturdy boots for (and a raincoat, perhaps).
Location: Wilkieston, Edinburgh
Set over 100 acres of meadow and woodland, Jupiter Artland is home to 35 site-specific sculptures in addition to a seasonal programme of exhibitions and events. Among the permanent commissions is a colourful swimming pool installation by artist Joana Vasconcelos (see Crafts’ issue 279 for more), comprising some 11,366 hand-painted and glazed tiles crafted using traditional methods in a 100-year-old factory in her native Portugal.