This sculpture is part of a series of works created to the theme of 'Small is Beautiful'  for the international Flowers Gallery annual Show. This was Andrew’s piece for the 40th edition of the show.   The work's main focal point is a pair of red shoes encrusted with glitter, possibly inspired by Dorothy's ruby slippers from the Wizard of Oz, created as a Monument to Dreams.   Incidentally these red shoes had been bought on one of Andrew’s  frequent shopping trips with his dear friend the late cult star Divine.

The sculpture features a rectangular, mirror-clad pedestal monument embellished with gold glitter with red fleck, on which a pair of red glitter-encrusted high-heeled shoes sit.  The monument sits on a smokey bronze mirror platform, in which the  name of the piece of artwork , date and  the artist’s signature has been engraved .  The edges of the base are finished  predominantly with black glitter.

On the platforms corner a group of ‘four visitors have gathered to visit the monument’, set into resin on a mosaic pathway of 10 silver, square mirrors  with a generous splash of silver glitter.  Two additional figures sit on the opposite side of the platform and all the models have been hand-painted by Andrew Logan.

This sculpture was created  in 2014 and is one of the last works made at Logan’s famous London home and studio in Bermondsey, The Glasshouse.  It has been shown at Rhiew Gallery in The Lion ‘Art’ Hotel in Berriew, this archival work is now available to buy.

Andrew Logan is a sculptural artist who delights in creating visual art, which embodies artistic fantasy in a unique and unprecedented way.  He’s considered to be one of  Britain's influential artists of international stature, he enjoys creating intimate small-scale work,  in addition to larger public art works for which he is known for.

The approximate measurements of this work are as follows:

Base plinth - 15  x  22.5 cm, with an irregular, curved shape on the two side and front edges.

Monument - 17.5 cm (height)  x 13 cm (width)  x 8.5 cm (depth)

Red shoes - 10  x 7 cm each shoe

Total height of the sculpture is 26cm

 Weight 1.17 kg.

Due to the high value, weight and delicate nature of the sculpture it requires specialist shipping. A trackable, signed-for delivery within the UK will cost in the region of £200, however, if the sculpture is collected from Berriew, or a cheaper delivery alternative becomes available, a refund will be offered for postage and packaging.  International shipping will be calculated on an individual basis.