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'Femal hand holding an apple' - Garden Sculpture by Brendon Murless

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'Femal hand holding an apple' - Garden Sculpture by Brendon Murless

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sat Feb 12, 2011 6:00 pm



Brendon Murless' garden sculpture is presented at 'the Mother Orchard' - an eight-acre meadow at Cotehele known to be planted with 300 trees representing 120 apple varieties, all propagated from Mary and James’ collection by the Trust’s Plant Conservation Programme. Local cherries have already been planted, and pears and plums will follow in a second phase.

Brendon Murless explains his inspiration for the sculpture:

"The Mother Orchard suggests a relationship with mother nature and this feminine figure is something repeated in history and mythology, from Eve and the forbidden fruit to mythology and 'The Judgement of Paris'. Paris had a judge the fairest of the three goddesses Hera, Athene and Aphrodite, and his decision was displayed by handing a golden apple to Aphrodite. With this being a strong and reoccuring theme, I decided to create a female hand holding an apple to stand in the orchard"

See: http://www.brendonmurless.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=8&Itemid=2







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