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Michael Talbot is collaborating with The Royal Ballet in creating the 'Royal Ballet Collection' - a series of limited edition sculptures inspired by dance and the dancers of the Company.
"This project is the beginning of a dialogue between sculpture and dance that allows me to work with artists of the highest calibre from The Royal Ballet."                                
Callisto is inspired by one of the moons of Jupiter, something free in space but also caught in a captivating gravity.”  This piece was created by Talbot as a tribute to the wonderfully talented Jeanetta Laurence, the former Associate Director of the Royal Ballet, who received an OBE for services to dance in the New Year’s Honours List 2015. 
“I was extremely privileged to have had Jeanetta’s input in the final stages of creating this piece. To have received the advice and technical input of a woman as experienced and successful as Jeanettta in ensuring the accuracy and integrity of this dance study was indeed a pleasure and an honour."
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Callisto Sculpture

Michael James Talbot

United Kingdom

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Size: 14.2 W x 37 H x 5.9 D in

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Michael Talbot is collaborating with The Royal Ballet in creating the 'Royal Ballet Collection' - a series of limited edition sculptures inspired by dance and the dancers of the Company. "This project is the beginning of a dialogue between sculpture and dance that allows me to work with artists of the highest calibre from The Royal Ballet." Callisto is inspired by one of the moons of Jupiter, something free in space but also caught in a captivating gravity.” This piece was created by Talbot as a tribute to the wonderfully talented Jeanetta Laurence, the former Associate Director of the Royal Ballet, who received an OBE for services to dance in the New Year’s Honours List 2015. “I was extremely privileged to have had Jeanetta’s input in the final stages of creating this piece. To have received the advice and technical input of a woman as experienced and successful as Jeanettta in ensuring the accuracy and integrity of this dance study was indeed a pleasure and an honour."

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Sculpture:Bronze on Bronze

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:14.2 W x 37 H x 5.9 D in

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Michael James Talbot is one of the leading figurative sculptors of our time, creating beautiful, evocative works of art that captivate and inspire. He says "The human form gives me an endless source of inspiration. The subtlest of movements and expressions can be captured in the sculpture to portray a myriad of emotions and convey tension, drama, fluidity and grace. No other subject has this richness of emotional and spiritual content or the capacity to convey such a broad and interesting narrative.

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