Marsh Award 2015
We are pleased to announce the winners of the PMSA's Marsh Awards for Sculpture and Conservation.
Antony Gormley and Douglas Jennings shared the PMSA’S Marsh Award for Excellence in Public Sculpture.
The PMSA's Marsh Award for Excellence in Conservation of a Public Sculpture or Fountain went to Industrial Heritage Consulting Ltd and Lost Art Ltd for their work on the Grand Fountain, Paisley.
For more on the awards, visit the 3rd Dimension website here
The PMSA and The Marsh Christian Trust are pleased to announce the shortlisted sculptures for this year’s Marsh Award for Excellence in Public Sculpture.
This year we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the sculpture award. The first recipient of the award was Maggi Hambling who received the award for her sculpture Scallop in 2005.
The winner will be announced at the Awards ceremony on 4th November.
Please note that all photographs are copyright of the PMSA and the Marsh Awards judges.
Since 9/11 by Miya Ando
Olympic Park, Stratford, London
Sir Archibald McIndoe by Martin Jennings FRBS
Sackville College, High Street, East Grinstead
The Codebreaker by Harry Gray
High St, Newmarket
A PROMISE HONOURED - The Morn Hill Memorial by Simon Smith MRBS
The Great Hall, Castle Avenue, Winchester, Hampshire
Myles after Myles by Holger Lonze
Strabane, Co. Derry, Northern Ireland
Room by Antony Gormley
The Beaumont Hotel, Brown Hart Gardens, Mayfair, London
Mahatma Gandhi Memorial by Philip Jackson FRBS
Parliament Square, London
Three Perpetual Chords by Conrad Shawcross RA
Dulwich Park, London
Squadron Leader Mahinder Singh Pujji DFC by Douglas Jennings MRBS
St Andrew’s Gardens, Royal Pier Road, Gravesend, Kent
Shimmy by Alison Wilding RA
New Burlington Street, London