Local British award-winning sculpture company, Elliott of London, illuminate their Berkhamsted sculpture studio alongside the A41 with a 40ft Christmas Tree and illuminated sculpture festive display.
Whilst travelling to see friends and family over the festive season, you can enjoy their festive lights illuminated from 4pm onwards and can be viewed between Berkhamsted and Tring alongside the A41 main road.
The magnificent real 40ft Christmas Tree was grown, only 4 miles from Elliott’s sculpture studio, where it took over 30 years to grow alongside the historic Ashridge Estate. The tree was grown by three generations of the Rogers Family, who own Rogers Real Christmas Tree Farm near Little Gaddesden.
Elliott says: “As a family, we have always bought our Christmas Trees from the Rogers Family since we were young.
As a young child I always remembered travelling in the back of my parent’s car in awe of the Christmas lights around London.”
Charles Elliott and his team have created a beautiful Christmas sculpture garden including a handcrafted horseshoe stag sculpture which is illuminated with a Christmas themed red nose. They welcome the public to visit their festive display at the studio, from Monday 26th November until 6pm Saturday 22nd December. There is also a chance to view and buy their incredible handcrafted sculptures.
“I’ve thoroughly enjoyed creating something special for our local community. Christmas is a time for children and families, we hope our festive display bring smiles and creates memories to everyone who passes by our studio, we have big plans and new sculptures coming in the New Year.” Says Elliott.
British Sculptor Charles Elliott have won awards at Chelsea Flower Show, and exhibited at various prestigious locations including Royal Ascot, Bolesworth Castle, The Royal Hospital Chelsea among others.
Alongside the Elliott of London garden sculptures, Charles has now extended his work with an award winning range of Bronze Wildlife Sculptures. From small gifts to large life size bronze commissions. They are initially hand carved in clay by Charles in his Berkhamsted studio, before being cast in bronze, with a variety of patination options.
Charles Elliott Sculpture Bronze – www.charleselliottsculpture.co.uk
Elliott of London – British Sculpture – www.elliottoflondon.co.uk