Flock to the Show 2023 was an interactive public art trail across Scotland, taking in over 160 different locations.
This is your opportunity to enter into a prize draw to win your favourite sculpture!
A view from Lindisfarne, was designed by renowned scottish artist Paul Kennedy
'When asked to paint a sheep at the Royal Highland Show Paul wanted to create designs that could relate to his own work as well as relate to agriculture at the same time. After looking through his paintings he decided that the best way forward for his design was to paint the sheep like he was just doing one of his everyday paintings. He decided to paint the beach in Lindisfarne in Cumbria. After many holidays to the Berwickshire coast he thought that painting Lindisfarne onto the sheep as a full canvas would work as it’s an environment where sheep are never far away. He painted the whole head and upper body blue with the picturesque beach and castle in the back ground with one of his signature boats on the lower part. This worked well as it made the sheep become it’s own environment.'
Individual tickets cost £25 and can be purchased as single or as multiplies. Each ticket is equivalent to entry into the prize draw
The Royal Highland & Agricultural Society of Scotland is a registered charity and all money raised through the sale of this sculpture will be used to advance our charitable objectives. Monies raised through the sale of the Flock will be distributed through the RHASS Awards and Grants programme and will support grass roots charities working across rural Scotland.