Shakespeare’s New Place

Honouring the life of William Shakespeare, the site of the New Place has undergone a £6 million development project and features three gardens that are linked with paths, trees and a variety of sculptures one of which is “Mind’s Eye Tree” sculptured by Jill Berelowitz and Cast at Morris Singer Foundry.

Shakespeare’s New Place – Introduction with Jill’s Mind’s Eye Tree cast in bronze weight 4 ton + 4.5mt x 5mt
Created and sculpted by Jill Berelowitz | Cast by Morris Singer Foundry




The Prince of Wales visited New Place on 23 April 2016, the 400th Anniversary of Shakespeare’s death.

New Place also features Shakespeare’s Desk and Chair cast in Bronze at Morris Singer Foundry symbolic of what was used in the Elizabethan Era.

Take a look at the article published on the Times website here >

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Jill Berelowitz’ “Mind’s Eye Tree” sculpture cast in Bronze at Morris Singer Bronze Foundry for display at Shakespears New Place

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Memorial to Trooper Fred Potts VC

The memorial to Trooper Fred Potts VC and the Berkshire Yeomanry moves forward to the unveiling on 4 October 2015


The Trooper Potts VC Memorial Trust has announced today that the completed bronze sculpture of Trooper Potts VC and Trooper Andrews is waiting to be collected in the Morris Singer Fine Art Foundry, Lasham.  It will be installed on 2 October between 7 and 9am. This is the final part of the memorial to be delivered.

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Trooper Potts VC – The Unveiling VIDEO



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Gandhi in Parliament Square

Mahatma Gandhi statue by Philip Jackson cast by Morris Singer Foundry will be unveiled on 14th March at 1030 in Parliament Square, London

The public invitation to attend unveiling of Mahatma Gandhi statue in Parliament Square published.
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Joan Littlewood Sculpture

The long-awaited sculpture to honour iconic theatre director Joan Littlewood was unveiled on Sunday October 4 2015.


The long-awaited sculpture to honour iconic theatre director Joan Littlewood was unveiled on Sunday October 4 2015. Read the Press Release here »


Joan Littlewood sculpture was unveiled outside the Theatre Royal Stratford East.. Read the full story here