Serenity unveiled at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, USA

10 Aug 2012

The iconic Serenity sculpture by Simon Gudgeon was recently unveiled at the National Museum of Wildlife Art of the United States, Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Summer visitors to Wyoming had the opportunity to meet Simon Gudgeon as part of a series of events celebrating a new multimillion-dollar Sculpture Trail. The Museum not only displays wildlife art but is a leader in national dialogue about ecology, conservation and the future of wildlife habitat.

Serenity was originally created as an installation in Hyde Park, London, to raise money for the The Royal Parks Foundation. The Isis project has, to date, raised £2.2 million towards an environmentally friendly children’s education centre – The Look Out – in the heart of Hyde Park.