A Few Favourite Things, our November exhibition, looks towards the festive season and commemorates Remembrance Day.
From a War Memorial by Richard Atkinson-Willes, to a life-sized Lester Piggott by portrait sculptor William Newton, the bronze-cast sculptures range from small, mantel-sized art to garden centre pieces.
The first of the original nine sculptures of jockey Lester Piggott was unveiled by the Queen at Epsom racecourse, with others at eight racecourses around the UK.
The sculptures cast at Talos Art Foundry will show alongside work created by artists from the adjoining Project Workshops, both near Andover, including stoneware animals by ceramist Elaine Peto and handblown Christmas baubles by Roman glassmakers David Hill and Mark Taylor, who regularly supply the film and TV industry.
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As well at Talos Art Gallery at Broads Green Farm, the exhibition will also be here online from the 6th November.