Hamish Mackie

Andalusian Stallion

Bronze, Signed Hamish Mackie, Numbered Edition of 6, Dated 2014

360cm long x 360cm high x 200cm wide / 141.5″ long x 141.5″ high x 78.5″ wide

Hamish was commissioned by Berkeley Homes to create six life-and-a-quarter size bronze horses for the main Piazza at Goodman’s Fields, London – for which he was awarded the annual Marsh Awards for Excellence in Public Sculpture and Public Fountains in 2016 by the Public Monuments and Sculpture Association. Each remarkable bronze horse sculpture is available individually as a limited edition of 6.

The Andalusian horse is known for its elegance and strength. Highly prized for thousands of years, this breed comes from the Iberian Peninsula and was used by the nobility as a war horse. Hamish’s larger than life-size proud Goodman’s Andalusian Stallion sculpture shows the long neck and broad chest characteristic of the breed.

 

 

Simon Gudgeon


THOTH

Thoth (pronounced tehuti) was the Egyptian God of the moon, wisdom and magic. Ancient myth tells us that it was Thoth that “measured the heavens and planned the earth”. Thoth is often depicted with the head of an ibis, its crescent-shaped beak links the bird to the shape of the new moon, a symbol of a source that has governed the seasons and night and day throughout time. The shape of the tail is also an inference to the moon, forming a beautiful crescent shape

Bronze, Edition of 6. 250cm/98 inches tall

 

Gill Parker

Frankel  life size

74x70x40 cm

edition 9

Frankel (foaled 11 February 2008) is a British Thoroughbred racehorse. Frankel was unbeaten in his fourteen-race career and was the highest-rated racehorse in the world from May 2011. In 2010 he defeated a field including Nathaniel and Colour Vision on his debut before winning the Royal Lodge Stakes by ten lengths and the Dewhurst Stakes in which he defeated the Middle Park Stakes winner Dream Ahead. As a three-year-old, he won the Classic 2000 Guineas by six lengths, defeated the outstanding older miler Canford Cliffs in the much-anticipated Sussex Stakes at Goodwood and won the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot. Frankel extended his unbeaten record in 2012 by winning the Lockinge Stakes, the Queen Anne Stakes and the Sussex Stakes for a second time. In August he was moved up to a mile and a quarter for the first time and won the International Stakes at York. In October he won the Champion Stakes at Ascot, again over a mile and a quarter, following which his retirement from racing was announced.

“Gill is one of the most talented artists I have ever encountered. Her love of the animal – and the essence, character and soul of whatever she touches – comes through. I was very lucky that one of her first commissions was to do a small sculpture of Mrs Moss.”

— Henrietta, Duchess of Bedford

“Gill Parker is an artist whose work I have admired for some considerable time. Her innovative style and sense of anatomical form is quite extraordinary. She manages to combine exceptional accuracy with dramatic interpretation to provide a captivating mix that is fast becoming recognisable to International collectors.”

— Anthony Andrews

 

Anne Curry

Helleborus Niger Seed Pod  – H:1.40m, W:1.40m, L:1.40m

 

Magnolia Grandiflora Bud  – H:1.40m, W:1.50m, L:1.90m

available in either bronze or resin in an edition of 9

Her garden sculptures have been exhibited at Newby Hall in Yorkshire, Levens Hall in Cumbria, Sir Harold Hillier Gardens in Hampshire, Painswick Rococo Gardens in Gloucestershire, Burghley House Sculpture Garden in Lincolnshire, West Lavington Manor in Wiltshire, at the Duin and Kruidberg Estate in Santpoort in the Netherland,  Bargémon in Var, France, in Venice during the 2017 Biennale, in the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London and now is shown as part of the permanent collection at the Donghu International Public Art Park in Wuhan in China.

 

Andrew Lacey

Golden

Bronze world edition of 9

90cmx90cmx30cm

Andrew Lacey runs his own sculpture studio specialising in bronze casting and therefore casts his own work. Engagement with the casting process
enables creative interception at any stage and leads to a lively exploration of the making of sculpture. Andrew works internationally as a consultant
in a sculptural research for museums, educational institutions and art and archaeology TV documentaries.