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Tickled Pink by Amy Stephens | The Big Egg Hunt

Amy Stephens is an artist who lives and works in London where she holds an MA from Chelsea College of Art and Design. Amy’s recent solo exhibitions include ‘Collide’, Poppy Sebire Gallery, London, 2012; ‘This Urban Silence’, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, 2011. Her recent group exhibitions include ‘009: Magiciens’, Emmanuel Hervé Gallery, Paris, 2013 and ‘Periodical Review 2’, Pallas Projects, Dublin, 2012. In 2011 the artist completed a four-month artists’ residency at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. She has work in several collections, including the Zabludowicz Collection, was recently featured in the Metro as an emerging artist and was selected to be interviewed on ITV London.
Tickled Pink is made from flock, fiberglass, metal, paint and Perspex combining a range of fabrics taken from the city landscape, which are strongly suggestive of urban living. There is a strong sense of architecture and form as the work transforms the physical space into an exploration of line, plane and volume. Bright pink flock fabric acts a surface material adorning the fibreglass egg whilst a singular white line of painted metal cuts through the space and the work. A tall piece of clear Perspex, made to the specifications of the surrounding architecture, precariously leans against the flocked egg whilst suspending the white form. This delicate balance means the egg will not need a plinth after the tour.

This is Not an Egg by Graham Hudson | The Big Egg Hunt

Graham Hudson (b.1977) works in London and LA. He graduated from Chelsea College of Art and Design in 2000 and completed an MA in Fine Art Sculpture at The Royal College of Art in 2002. He has exhibited widely in the UK and internationally. Recent solo exhibitions include: MACRO, Rome; Aspex, Portsmouth and Monitor, Rome. Group exhibitions include: Our Mutual Friend, Film and Video Umbrella; The Stones are my Idea of Imagination, Museum of Marble, Carrera and An Extended Exhibition for Transition Function at Hilary Crisp, London.

The Wrong Way Round by Andy Sturgeon | The Big Egg Hunt

Following Andy Sturgeon’s successful contribution to last year’s record breaking The Big Egg Hunt, the leading garden and landscape designer has been invited to create another unique egg design for the charity event.
Last year, Andy’s egg was one of the highest bidding designs, selling for £10,500.
Andy Sturgeon is one of the world’s leading landscape and garden designers. His designs are widely admired for their timeless architectural qualities, innovative planting and sculptural characteristics.
Both the Sunday Times and House & Garden Magazine have named Andy as one of the ‘Top 10 Garden Designers in the UK’. He has won over 30 international awards including six Gold medals and Best in Show at the prestigious RHS Chelsea Flower. He is a well respected journalist, broadcaster and author of three best selling books on plants and garden design.
Andy works on landscape developments worldwide. Current projects include luxury residential developments in Hong Kong, Portugal and Russia with large country gardens and innovative roof terraces closer to home.
Andy’s design The Wrong Way Round is a beautifully crafted 70cm tall egg covered in a textured bronze patina. Designed for use as an outdoor sculpture, the egg will evolve and change colour – from silver to bronze and finally to green – as the patina is weathered by time. Andy explains: ‘An egg marks a new life, it is impermanent, fleeting and ethereal and is soon destroyed in the process of its very purpose. But this egg turns everything around: being encased in a bronze shell it has an enduring permanence and with this it becomes an ancient artefact, something that will last forever. The rich patina and tactile surface have the warmth and richness of newly cast bronze but as it is caressed by the hands of time and curiosity it will age and improve – the antithesis of a living egg.’
Andy continues: ‘I am delighted to be part of this wonderful initiative again and to have the opportunity to raise vital funds for charity. I wanted to create an egg that had a sculptural quality so the piece could have a life in a garden beyond the exhibition. I think art and sculpture have a central place in contemporary gardens. They can add a real sense of character and drama to a space. The egg, which represents birth and life, was the perfect form for a sculpture that will change over time, as it is exposed to the elements.’

The Process of Play by Paul Savage | The Big Egg Hunt

Paul Savage examines the variables of realism as seen in photographs and found imagery from the twentieth century in the form of books, magazines and comics. The images he chooses to explore have an immediacy that then become collaged together. Paul then begins to work away from the image, resulting in a series of paintings and sculptures.
After leaving the Royal College of Art in 2007 he has been involved in group shows around the country as well as having work exhibited for several art prizes, including the Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize at the Mall Galleries, London in 2012.

The Peppa Pig Egg by Astley Baker Davies & Entertainment One UK | The Big Egg Hunt

Peppa Pig is a multi BAFTA winning preschool animation about a lovable but slightly bossy little pig named Peppa. She is five years old and lives with Mummy Pig, Daddy Pig and her little brother George. Peppa likes playing with her friends, visiting Granny and Grandpa Pig, and jumping up and down in muddy puddles! Astley Baker Davies and Entertainment One UK are excited to be involved in the fun of the Egg Hunt this year, along with supporting a great charity like Action for Children.

The Big Egg Hunt » The Charities

.Elephant Family and Action for Children are two innovative charities with boundless passion and vision who both like to think big.  It is this shared approach that has brought the two charities together to create The Big Egg Hunt and raise the mone…

The Big Egg Hunt » The Auction

Thank you for your interest in buying one of our stunning eggs. The good news is that if successful you’ll not only own a unique, collectable work of art – but you’ll also be making a valuable donation to the two charities, who are working to protect…


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