Forming part of the Artparks International Sculpture Park Exhibition 2017
Artist Bronwen Glazzard has been selected as one of 49 artists to have their work displayed at the prestigious ArtParks International 2017 Sculpture Exhibition. The annual exhibition takes place in the stunningly beautiful sculpture park, at Sausmarez Manor in Guernsey.
A selection of commissions, some of which went on to be regularly produced and now appear on my catalogue and others which were for exhibitions, or private collections.
In 2008 sculptures were started by various artists to create a new town trail in Beverley, East Yorkshire.
Gary Pickles was commissioned to produce a sculpture of a Medieval Leather Jerkin, entirely from copper. This piece can now be seen hanging from the side of 'The Beaver' public house, situated on North Bar Within, in the heart of Beverley.
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The fluted copper bowl has been reproduced several times over now, but on this occasion the client wanted to incorporate another of my water sculptures into it.
The Water Reed fits very nicely into the centre of the bowl. The whole thing was to be sited in the middle of a large pond and would look stunning as a centre piece.
The Indian Bean Tree, was one of several pieces created for the 2004 National Sculpture Exhibition, and stood in the grounds of Sausmarez Manor in St. Martin, Guernsey.
Sausmarez Manor is the home of ArtParks International Sculpture Park
In the delightful setting of gardens and ponds, featuring their national collection of Water lilies, Gary proudly shows off the copper Water Lily fountain, created for them in the year 2000 to mark the new millennium. It stands in a small pool, overlooked by a larger than life, copper Dragonfly, perched over a small stream.
A very simple, copper water feature, created for Garden Designer, Janet Dolling, to introduce water into the side of a pond. This elegant, Arrow-shaped leaf, arches over from the bank, with the water flowing from its stalk, back into the pool.
A medal winning garden at the 2006 Hampton Court Palace Flower Show by designers Alison Down and Jan Alway. Featuring several copper pieces made to the pair's specific requirements. Seen here is the unique solar powered, copper birdbath fountain. Also featured were copper post tops and planters, each with the same, fluted design pattern.
The Dragonfly perched on the copper pot, was the idea of writer and journalist, Jon Jayes, together with his wife Pauline. It sits, forever overflowing into their Scottish garden.
Picture reproduced by kind permission of Jon Jayes
A Copper Leaf Bowl, used in a Japanese-style exhibition Garden.
The "Wren" copper water sculpture shows just what can be achieved from this versatile medium.
Originally a much simpler design, this has been reproduced many times and has evolved into what you see today.
A free standing, self contained copper water feature.
These four, stylish copper containers, designed to stand against a wall on a terrace, make up a waterfalls.
This contemorary pool creates a perfect frame for this copper Arum. Many thanks to Catherine H. for the use of this image.