Flock to the Show - James and the Giant Fleece
Flock to the Show - James and the Giant Fleece
Flock to the Show - James and the Giant Fleece
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Flock to the Show - James and the Giant Fleece

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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!

James and the Golden Fleece, was designed by artist Olivier Jamin

Inspired by colours of the highlands and Scottish identity, ‘Golden Shears’
and the challenges of shearing the sheep to remove the wool, reminded
me of the Golden Fleece in Greek mythology and the classic film Jason
and the Argonauts.

The golden fleece symbolises authority and kingship like the sheep’s
golden wool on my design, the Tartan pattern recognises Scottish pride in
history and tradition.

I have titled the piece ‘James and the Golden Fleece’ (James instead of
Jason). Using the myth of Jason’s journey to reflect the King’s journeys of
Scotland and their islands in search of the Golden Fleece.

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.