Last year, my bronze Andalusian Stallion sculpture visited Chatsworth House, Blenheim Palace and the Mall in London. Visitors to these attractions were able to enjoy seeing the bronze horse sculpture up close. As it stands at over 11 and a half feet tall, it makes quite an impact!
We are delighted that its first visit in 2017 is to the National Trust Gardens designed by Capability Brown, at Stowe School in Buckinghamshire, by kind permission of the Headmaster, Anthony Wallersteiner. Fine Art handlers Aston Spinks – who do all the heavy lifting of my sculptures and make it look really easy! – moved the horse into position outside the Worsley Science Centre at the school, where it will stay for the summer.
Check out this great video of the Andalusian Stallion being moved. Why not go along and see it if you are in Buckinghamshire?