THREE vibrant new exhibitions open at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park this month.
Lead, glass, wire and timber feature in a 14-sculpture collection called Lead Astray in the Bothy Gallery at the West Bretton park.
They have been made by British sculptors Bill Woodrow and Richard Deacon and feature foresters, huntsmen and stags.
At the Longside Gallery, Size Matters: Exploring Scale in the Arts Council Collection is a new touring exhibition featuring 30 works.
The collection has recognisable objects that have been either miniaturised or enlarged.
They range from chairs of dolls house proportions to a two-metre tall air freshener.
The third exhibition, Ceramics: Articulated Forms by York-based Loretta Braganza, is in the Garden Gallery.
The ceramics are arranged in groups. They are fired in vibrant colours and are strongly influenced by dance and textiles.
The sculpture park is open daily from 10am to 5pm and admission is free.