Below: The White Greyhound Of Richmond commissioned for the Queens Jubilee 2012
Appointed a commission by Richmond Council to carve the White Greyhound Of Richmond from a historic holly tree recently felled due to disease.
This holly tree gives Holly Lodge in Richmond Park its name and was reported to be planted by a King. This sculpt sits on top of a historic May Pole that was used as part of the “Wild London” celebrations of the four Royal Parks to commemorate the Queen’s Jubilee Celebrations.
It now is touring a number of museums and will finally reside in Richmond Council Offices.