Sculpture in the Landscape

From the time man began to walk the earth, he made sculptures to place in his landscapes.

These were part of everyday life capturing the beliefs and culture of whatever civilization he was a member of. Today we have an invaluable legacy of sculptures reaching back to antiquity spread across many continents. As well as inspiration they provide insight into the civilizations they represent.

Today’s contemporary sculpture is no different. It too, plays an important role in the community whether marking an important event or enlivening the environment. Sculpture acts as a catalyst transporting people beyond the boundaries of ordinary life. It stimulates contemplation, learning and inspires the spirit.

‘Painting and sculpture help people to see what a wonderful world we live in.’ – Henry Moore

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