Created by British sculptor Simon Gudgeon, and donated by the Halcyon Gallery, the beautiful sculpture Isis was a critical element in the appeal to raise £2.2million for the new Isis Education centre.
Everyone at the Royal Parks Foundation would like to thank the Halcyon Gallery for not only the amazing gift of Isis, but for their ongoing support as our Principal Education Partner for the first three years of the Isis Education Centre.
Paul Green, President of Halcyon Gallery says:
To stand next to Isis in Hyde Park and hear people express their feelings for this wonderful sculpture gives us all a tremendous feeling of joy. To know she will secure the future of this amazing educational facility and be a source of inspiration for generations to come shows that art can truly make a difference to people’s lives’
About Halcyon Gallery
Established in 1982, Halcyon Gallery has become a world-class destination for art collectors who are drawn not only to the inspirational art, but also to the commitment and passion of the organisation’s entire team.
As well as representing contemporary artists, the gallery deals in rare masterpieces ranging in period from Impressionism to Pop. These artworks are always bought privately and have impeccable provenances. This enables Halcyon Gallery to build collections for clients with the utmost confidence in the quality and rarity of the works.
Philanthropy has become an important facet to Halcyon Gallery as part of its commitment to the life-enhancing quality of art. It actively supports several charities including The Royal Parks Foundation.
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