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!
Strathmore Summer, was designed by artist Lynne Fleming
'Strathmore Summer was inspired by my love of where we farm in Strathmore. The rivers Ericht and Isla run through - and sometimes over the land. Sheep are an important part of riverbank maintenance, eating ragwort before it flowers and treading in wildflower seeds to promote regeneration thus sustaining insect and bird life. The sheep have little cloven hooves which compact the flood banks, unlike larger herbivores which impact it negatively. Summer is standing in the river with the Sidlaw Hills in the distance, surrounded by wildflowers, ladybirds, bees, and indigenous Grey Partridge.'
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.