FRANCE 1914 THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT AND SIMON BURNS-COX
The Sculpture FRANCE 1914 by Simon Burns-Cox was displayed at The Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh in 2014 to commemorate the ending of The First World War. The Sculpture is made of Black and Gold Portoro Marble and was created in aid of Poppyscotland which is a charity that looks after the Armed Forces. The Sculpture was designed to represent the last remaining tree on the battlefront and a symbol of hope. The Sculpture will be exhibited in Glasgow for the next three years from March 2016 to 2019 at The People’s Palace Museum, The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, and The Riverside Museum. The Sculpture FRANCE 1914 will be for sale by Auction at the end of the three years to raise funds for PoppyScotland. Expresssions of interest should be made to PoppyScotland and Simon Burns-Cox.