sophie ryder

Collection by Cathy Chalk

This is a piece of sculpture by Sophie Ryder showing a Minotaur and Hare. Sophie lives in the Cotswolds but is an internationally recognized sculptor. Sophie Ryder, Cheltenham Spa, Art In The Park, The Minotaur, Bunny Art, Weird Art, Woodland Creatures, Outdoor Art, Public Art

Cheltenham Spa

Sculpture of Neptune, the ancient Roman God of sea and water, holding a trident surrounded by seahorses and tritons. Designed in 1892 by the town's Borough Engineer who was influenced by the Trevi Fountain in Rome. ******************* Cheltenham Spa is our nearest centre for major items of shopping, theatre, and the arts. It is the most complete regency town in England, and has been welcoming visitors for nearly three hundred years, ever since the discovery of the first natural spring. The…

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Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Photographs from a visit to Yorkshire Sculpture Park in mid-May.Sitting Lady Hare in 2 sections. A galvanised wire sculpture by Sophie Ryder. This reminded me of another great sc…

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A huge statue known as “The Kiss” standing in front of Salisbury Cathedral in Wiltshire, England, had to be moved recently after passersby, texting while walking along, kept crashing into . Sophie Ryder, Salisbury Cathedral, Keep Walking, Land Art, Where To Go, Barcelona Cathedral, Places To Visit, Statue, World

Massive sculpture relocated because people busy texting kept walking into it

The statue by Sophie Ryder had to be moved because people on their phones were bumping into it