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Profile image of Nigel SardesonNigel is a self-taught woodcarver with a background in forestry. He produces large wooden sculptures using a chainsaw for much of the work. Dabbling with carving since 1995 Nigel has made a part-time career of sculpture since 2005. Usually working to commission he specialises in producing sculptures for public places such as parks, cyclepaths and schools. Most of his work is in his home area of Lincolnshire but he has taken part in chainsaw carving events such as Sculptree at Westonbirt Arboretum. Sometimes experimenting with abstract, most of...

Sculpture: 'Navvies Mural (Large Out Size Carved Wood Low Relief Memorial statues)'
by Nigel Sardeson

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Greenheart lock gates Wall Mounted or Wall Hanging sculpture by sculptor Nigel Sardeson titled: 'Navvies Mural (Large Out Size Carved Wood Low Relief Memorial statues)'
Greenheart lock gates Wall Mounted or Wall Hanging sculpture by sculptor Nigel Sardeson titled: 'Navvies Mural (Large Out Size Carved Wood Low Relief Memorial statues)' - Artwork View 1
Sculpture description:
Big, Massive Outsize Monumental Outdoor Carved Wood Bas/ Low Relief Commemorative Memorial sculptures or statues Mural of labourers digging the the drains of the fens, carved into the re-used lock gates at the Black Sluice, Boston. A fine example of the imaginative Re-use or Recycle of Wood For a Memorial of Importance by Nigel Sardeson. If you want to Commission an Inexpensive, Intelligent, and Beautifully Carved Original Design Nigel Sardeson is you best bet.
Artist's comments:
I wanted to portray the massive labours involved in the drainage of the fens of Eastern England and re-used old lock gates to create a mural, to be seen across 50m of water. This was a massive labour on a smaller scale.
Dimensions/size: 5 x 18 x 3 m (height x width x depth)
approx: 16 ft 4 5/6 in x 59 ft 2/3 in x 9 ft 10 1/9 in
It is a 4 times lifesize sculpture
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Medium: Greenheart lock gates
Sculptor: Nigel Sardeson [sculptor profile]
Price: Price on Application
Availability: No, artwork probably sold out
Category: Wall Mounted or Wall Hanging sculpture
Commemoratives and Memorials Sculptures
Bas Reliefs or Low Reliefs
Carved Wood Sculptures
Commission and Custom and Bespoke sculpture Statues
Playground Art Fantasy or Cartoon Statues Sculptures
Weight: 18000 Kg / 39600 lb
Title: Navvies Mural (Large Out Size Carved Wood Low Relief Memorial statues)
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Recommended Usage: Indoors and as a Garden Sculpture
Year: 2008
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