An Art Trail is Being Launched at The Fairmont Windsor Park
In the grounds of the park there are sculptures by Paul Vanstone and Thomas Joynes that have been placed all over.
Visiting galleries is something you love, but rarely take the time to do. If this is the case for you, Fairmont Windsor Park is the place to be this spring. Within 40 acres of rolling greenery in the Surrey countryside outside London, this luxury hotel has launched a new art trail highlighting the sculptures of acclaimed artists Paul Vanstone and Thomas Joynes. These sculptures are exhibited throughout the hotel.
A collaboration between The High-Performance Gallery and the Fairmont Windsor Park cooperated in the creation of the art trail with the aid of the curators at the High-Performance Gallery. Guests and visitors are encouraged to wander through the grounds and see the sculptures - which are all available to purchase - thoughtfully placed throughout the grounds so that they may explore them at their leisure.
According to Rich Report, there have been over 27 solo exhibitions by the British sculptor Paul Vanstone during his illustrious career, and Vanstone's work has been shown in many galleries, including at the Victoria and Albert Museum, throughout the course of his career.
It was during his time as an assistant to Anish Kapoor that the talented artist studied sculpture at London's Central Saint Martins School of Art, before working at a traditional carving studio near the famed Carrera quarries and working at a traditional carving studio near the famed Carrera quarries.
He creates intricate sculptures by hand carving a piece of stone, allowing the natural composition of the material to dictate how each piece will be shaped and developed through time. The artist is fascinated with how marble can be transformed into a depiction of the curving form of human body, inspired by Henry Moore's work that conveys the curves and forms of the human form.
The Fairmont Windsor Park art trail also has a sculpture trail, which includes the work of Thomas Joynes, which is on display at the park. As a result of graduating from Norwich School of Art in 2008 and working as an assistant to Angela Conner's studio for nearly four years, the contemporary sculptor has established his own practice taking commissions.
Throughout the course of his form-based, abstract work, he depicts fractals within nature using a variety of materials, such as bronze, stainless steel, copper, resin composites, and a variety of other materials that he can use in the process of making the work.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with The High-Performance Art Gallery to showcase the work of up-and-coming and established UK artists and hope our guests enjoy the art as much as we do,” Fairmont Windsor Park general manager Ryan Nicholls said.