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