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The Crowned Stag
Limited edition screen print run of 75. 300gsm 450 x 450 mm

All prints are signed by Sin eater and Matthew Lane Sanderson.

Prints will be available for sale at 7pm BST on Wednesday 13th September
Shipping is worldwide. All prints come carefully rolled in cardboard tubes.
Please allow one week before the goods will be shipped out.

This illustration is a two dimensional impression of the latest public landmark sculpture by Matthew Lane Sanderson which in six tons of steel and standing ten metres high heralds the entrance to a new town ‘Beaulieu’, just north of Chelmsford. Comprising the regal reflection of a stag under a tree, fabricated from zinc coated steel and set on a reflected crown base, the intricate spherical sculpture has been designed to reflect the heritage of the site, a former deer park owned by King Henry VIII as part of his Tudor Palace and estate parkland. A poem also by the Artist, is set into the crown structure and reads;

All things held in one small globe,

Spinning eternal in endless strobe.

Plants, water, animals, light.

Future, past, day, night.

All is balanced on everyone’s crown,

In every country, every town.

Quote by MLS 2017

“This work of Art shall forever mark the status of this place both past, present and future. And it’s a symbol that not only conveys the beauty of natural form, but the hope we all share for balance in all things.”

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Reminds me of a brain

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