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'Celeste' by Simon Gudgeon - an imposing, life-size sculpture inspired by working with ballerina Ksenia Ovsyanick.

December 1, 2016

 

"...Taking art outside is another key trend at this year’s show, and sculptural forms crafted from plants and water are to be found everywhere, appearing in show gardens as well as individual exhibits. Contemporary sculptor Simon Gudgeon is showcasing an ethereal water feature, Celeste, which was inspired by observing and working with Ksenia Ovsyanick, a principal ballerina with the English ­National Ballet. Formed by a lattice work of 1,000 bronze leaves, the artwork brings the fluidity and beauty of the ballet to an outdoor setting...."

http://www.thenational.ae/arts-life/home-garden/in-full-bloom-chelsea-flower-show-2016-highlights#page2

 

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