Sumtuously-carved marble cloth folds, seen here at a converted French monastery, 2016.
Izus, David Begbie
Figures formed from delicate steel mesh, playing with light and creating semi-opaque pattern. Seen here at the Monaco Yacht Show 2016.
Basilica IV, Matthew Simmonds
Standing almost 2m high, this captures a piece of architecture in solid marble. Shown at the Hampton Court Flower Show 2013.
Mirror Form, Patrick Hurst
Created for a symposium we co-hosted in 2014 this piece, in mirror-polished stainless steel on one side which acts as camouflage and vibrant colour the other, reflects the way that spring blooms suddenly explode into life. Created in response to the bordering azalea and rhododendron bushes.
Alchemy of the Heart, Jon O'Connor
One of John's gorgeous bronzes enjoying the sunshine of the south of France.
Feminine Form, Rachel Ducker
Steel wire and time are Rachel's materials, the intricacy of her figurative pieces must be seen to be appreciated, with an elegance and expression bursting with energy.
Njord & Skadi, Patrick Hurst
A commission for a garden at the very prestigious Chelsea Flower Show, inspired by nordic Gods and created to celebrate the launch of a new ocean liner.
Joy, John O'Connor
A bronze figurative piece that was commissioned for the Morgan Stanley garden at RHS Chelsea 2016, and donated by one of our clients to the Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital garden.
Tenderness of Earth, Walter Bailey
A series of cubes of overlapping squares of charred English Redwood, each piece unique.
Saima Kivi, Ekkehard Altenberger
A flat sculpture cut to recreate the 3D model of an inspirational piece of stone that the artist loved. Seen here at our 'Art at the Chateau' exhibition 2016.
Planting and art
Sourcing art is not all we do, we have an expertise in the integration of sculpture and gardens. We work with some of the world's top garden designers in the sourcing of sculpture for their designs.
Feminine Form, Rachel Ducker
One of Rachel's wire sculptures, shown here during an appearance on the international television show 'Grand Designs', for which we supplied a number of pieces.
System 9, Julian Wild
A sculptural sphere over 2m in diameter, made from scaffolding pole and installed at an estate in Kent.
Sugar Babe, Heather Jansch
A life-sized foal created in driftwood by the artist, and then cast in bronze with a patina to exactly replicate the original. Shown here at RHS Chelsea 2014.
Inner Space, John O'Connor
With a 'wingspan' of over 4m this monumental bronze, shown here at a Kentish estate, discusses the how we can distort our perception of personal space.
Saima Kivi, Ekkehard Altenberger
A 2D recreation of the polygons of a 3D model of a piece of Danish stone, this maquette of a larger work is seen here at the Monaco Yacht Show.
Moon Jars, Adam Buick
Inspired by the Korean discipline of creating perfect ceramic with an unblemished white glaze, the artist stamps his part of the world onto the forms with the colours of his Jurassic coastline and using only local materials.
Fallen Deodar, Jilly Sutton
A monumental bronze face, carved in wood and then cast in bronze. At over 1.5m this verdigris edition was the centrepiece of the Chris Beardshaw garden at RHS Chelsea 2016.
Dodecahedron, Walter Bailey
Each panel was carved from solid sections of heartwood of the giant sequoia, each curve coalescing into those on the neighbouring face. Open at one side this was both sculpture and small building into which one can enter.
Witness, Rick Kirby
Created in small segments of stainless steel, like pixels on a screen, this is shown in a walled garden of a major estate.
Table and board, Marshall Murray
From time to time we are asked to design other things, this was a hefty oak table created to view a nearby monumental sculpture. An interesting diversion.
Head, Rick Kirby
A large, mild steel face keeping watch at an estate in Kent.
'Moving Forward', Jill Berelowitz
Two figures in bronze bask in the sunshine of one of our exhibitions in the south of France. This piece was later shown on Park Lane in a set of nine.
The forms continuously change as one moves around them, and the colours of the bronze accepted the colours of the surrounding garden.
Slate engraving, Martin Cook
Fifth-generation engraver Martin, who has worked on projects as distinguished as Ian Hamilton-Finlay's 'Little Sparta' to the floor of the British Museum, at work here on a slate sundial.
Rachel Carter, bronze sphere
Rachel's pioneering use of 'lost wax casting' shown to great effect in this subtle but exquisitely made sculpture.
Queen, Jonathan Loxely
A gorgeous sculpture in Tunisian marble, one solid section of stone but showing the difference that polishing can make to the material's finish. So balanced that it can easily be rotated by hand, to capture the changing views throughout the year.
Swirl, Ben Barrell
Ben's love of the sea shapes his work, forms reminiscent of blades cutting through water or the motion of aquatic animals. This piece, in verdigris bronze, stands at the end of a long allée of matching natural tones.
Artists in residence programmes
Periodically we arrange for artists to create new works inspired by their ultimate home. This was one of six new works created as part of the National Sculpture Symposium in 2014 and stands at over five meters in height.
Over the Weir, Almuth Tebbenhoff
Simple repeated forms in Carrara marble, by a wonderful sculptor, shown here at an exhibition in southern France.
Eva, David Begbie
Inspired by his wife this two dimensional stainless steel piece creates quite staggering shadows that the artist considers to be as much a part of the work as the form itself.
'Tree of Life', Jill Berelowitz
As seen on the 'Greening Grey Britain' garden at the Chelsea Flower Show 2016, designed by Anne-Marie Powell. This sculpture, cast in bronze from the stems of an apple tree and with a patina that exactly matches the original wood, is set with polished bronze figures, seemingly dancing with the branches.
Green and White Cloud, Guy Stevens
Carved from a rare section of Rajasthani marble, a soft form in solid stone by a master carver.
Orca, by Ben Barrell
A stunning sculptural seat in solid bronze, inspired by the sea and the motion of aquatic animals.