Just a five minute stroll from Regent’s Park tube station and you find yourself in one of the most beautiful parks in London.

Regent’s Park has many idyllic lanes emcompassed by nature;it must be said that in autumn, the park is particularly exquisite .Golden leaves fall incessantly, framing this picture perfect place.

Normally the landscape is serene but at the moment colourful and unique sculptures are dotted within the park.The park is free to enter and the sculptures will be there from the 14th-31st October.

The works this year were chosen to tackle a variety of themes, ranging from environmental concerns to representations of society. The exhibition hosts the art of sculptors all around the world.I think that art has always been an experience that anyone can enjoy, regardless of their heritage, gender, or sexuality.

 In addition to a variety of emergening artists,the exhibition features the work of  Isamu Noguchi, one of the most important and critically acclaimed sculptors of the twentieth century. His sculptures are daring and modern, I guarantee they are nothing like you have ever seen before. After viewing  the sculptures in Regent’s Park, you will leave feeling refreshed and inspired.

A sculpture that really stuck out to me was ‘The Unearthed Bronze Eroded Melpomene’ which was effectively a  giant metallic head, which looked very similar to the Statue of Liberty. The sheer size of it makes you feel really small and insignificant. It makes you take a double take and think ‘Woah.What is that?’. I think that’s the beauty of art, it not only challenges society but it has the power to make you feel confused, passionate and so much more.