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!
V-ewe from the bothy, was designed by artist Kath Pender
'This work is inspired by the landscape history of Scotland, and portrays the changing use of the land over time. Depicting two bothies nestled on opposite banks of Loch Etive underneath the mountains of the central highlands, it explores the shifting histories of the land they stand on.'
These huts were originally shelters or cottages for shepherds; one is now a valuable resource for hillwalkers, the other a used for an outdoor youth work charity, still providing warmth and shelter from the elements. This design pays homage to the long and rich history of the original drovers, and the wild and challenging routes they travelled with their flocks.'
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.