Enhancing Natural Spaces with Sculpture
Green areas, from parks and woodland to country estates and formal gardens, all over the country are increasingly being enhanced by art installations and sculpture. So how can we make the most of our own outdoor spaces?
It’s important to consider how the piece will interact with the environment. Do you want to create a dramatic effect, embrace a contemporary aesthetic, or encourage a sense of serenity, and synchronicity with the environment.
Meet the Artist - Simon Gudgeon
Having studied law at Reading University (and originally practising as a solicitor), it wasn’t until he was in his thirties that he began to paint and exhibited at London’s Battersea Exhibition Centre in 1992. It waseven later still, when he reached the age of 40, before a spontaneous purchase of artist’s clay lead him into his successful career as a sculptor.