stag in bronze Halvern Hills District Elgar country
Green Man legend Dudley Green Man Entry
King Lear Shakespear Goneril Regan Cordelia

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The Malvern Stag at Bernerds Green, Malvern Worcestershire, find info below navigation bar.



Middle panel

Opens a link to the Green Man bronze relief sculpture in Green Man Entry in Dudley



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Oopens a link to the Fosse Plaza commercial trading estate project in Liecester.


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Art for Architecture fine art public art sculpture by contemporary Scottish artists




stag malvern bronze cast pear tree chase hills district council bernerds green
stag malvern bronze cast pear tree chase hills district council bernards green signage
Andrew Findlay beautiful woman modelling body armour

The Malvern Stag

This is a small 15" bronze relief patinated in various colours. The Stag against a pear tree is from the Malvern Hills District council coat of arms. John McKenna modelled this Stag emblem in clay and it was lost wax cast in bronze for Andrew Findlay.

The cast Stag was incorporated into a larger feature sign created by the artist blacksmith Andrew Findlay. The signage Andrew created were entrance features to the town of Bernards Green at Malvern Chase, in Worcestershire.

Andrew made many such features throughout the Malvern district. His iron and copperwork grace many stately homes and public spaces throughout the United Kingdom.

Work such as the bodice armour below are one of his many specialities. Examples of his work can be found on his website at