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Profile image of Heather BurnleyHeather Burnley whose skill in the human form and portraiture pervades all her work in bronze,
terracotta and bronze resin learnt her artistry when she studied extensively at the Bath Academy, the Accademia delle Belle Arti in Florence and Park Walk, Chelsea. A sculptural group of hers in bronze, relating to a former Abbot of Glastonbury Abbey, can be seen in the courtyard of the Abbey Museum.

All artwork by Heather Burnley
Contemporary British sculptor

Resin Females Women Girls Ladies sculpture statuettes figurines sculpture by sculptor Heather Burnley titled: 'Lucie'

'Lucie' by Heather Burnley
Description: Lifesize Nude of a woman in a thoughtful mood
Size: Lifesize
It is a lifesize sculpture
Medium: ResinEdition: 1/1
Price: £3,500 (~ €3,816 / $4,492) Sculpture for Sale
Categories:
Females Women Girls Ladies Sculptures Statues statuettes figurines
Portrait Sculptures / Commission or Bespoke or Customised Sculptures
Human Figurative Sculptures
Nudes, Female Sculptures
Garden Or Yard / Outside and Outdoor Sculptures
Reccomended Usage: Indoors & Outdoors/GardenView Sculpture
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"I choose a block of marble and chop off whatever I don't need."
Auguste Rodin
Customer comment on 'Egret on Alert (Standing Water Bird Wader sculpture)' by Kenneth Potts
Ken, Peter

Thank you both, and especially of course Ken, for your trouble over the
egret sculpture. I am very glad to say that it is now installed in our
garden, and we are delighted with it. Lucy has decided it should be called
Elgar, in memory of the work you are currently doing, Ken.

I attach a couple of pictures showing Elgar the Egret on his stand and in
his setting above the rockery by the pond.

Regards

Tim, Devizes, Wiltshire, United Kingdom.