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Bronze Sculpture Project

Limited Edition bronze resin miniature of ‘Grace’

To mark our 150th Anniversary, the Calne Girls’ Association have generously sponsored
a beautiful new bronze resin sculpture for the Lime Kiln Garden.

‘Grace’ has been cast from a clay maquette, sculpted by Sophie Thompson, LV.

Initially inspired by the Cherhill White Horse, Sophie’s clay maquette was created as part of a workshop led by our Art Scholars under the guidance of Judy Boyt, Sculptor and Kimberley Appleyard Pallot, Director of Art and sponsored by The Arts Society Wessex.

We are commissioning a small number of limited-edition bronze resin miniatures
which will be available to buy for £1,000. The piece measures 165mm high x 210mm wide and will be uniquely numbered.

Funds raised will go to The Chrysalis Campaign, which aims to build a strong and sustainable bursary fund to change lives for the better, opening doors to opportunities that never seemed possible and creating brighter futures for many more girls at St Mary’s.

Click here to watch a video of the sculpture workshops and exhibition.

To register your interest or reserve your miniature, please contact Caroline Wrench,

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The Calne Foundation Trust

St Mary's School
63 Curzon Street
SN11 0DF
United Kingdom





Charity No. 1147327

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