Equine & Polo Exhibition 2013

Lorne McKean and Faye Nasser-Joley's two person show at the T5 Art Gallery

Equine & Polo Exhibition 2013

Equine and Polo exhibition

The T5 Gallery is pleased to introduce our Polo Exhibition, featuring renowned equestrian sculptor and gallery artist in residence Lorne McKean and talented international equine painter Faye Nasser-Joley.

This special exhibition will include a Royal centre piece, the original artist’s copy of the sculpture of HRH Prince Philip playing Polo by Lorne McKean.
The exhibition will be on display in the T5 Gallery in Heathrow Airport until 26th June 2013.

Lorne McKean

Along with a number of bronze editions by Lorne, the gallery will be displaying the original artist’s copy of the 1/2 life-size bronze of H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, the bronze of which is situated outside Guards Polo Club, Windsor Great Park.

Lorne will be present at the gallery for 10:30am until 1pm every Monday and Friday for the duration of the exhibition. During this time she will be working on the wax modelling stage of a new Arabian stallion sculpture. Visitors will be able to engage with Lorne as she performs a process rarely seen outside of the artist’s studio.

Faye Nasser-Joley

Following on from her hugely successful debut solo show with the gallery last year, Faye will be presenting a number of large scale equine paintings, including her first polo based canvas. Her work is notable for its scale and ambition, but also for the rich tones and attention to detail that allow for the character, and individual nuances, of each subject to shine through.

She has work in collections in the United States, Europe, the Middle East and Australia. Her portraiture, whether human or equine, intimately captures the essence of the individual. Faye has secured a number of high profile commissions, such as a portrait for Stirling Moss OBE and Ade Adepitan MBE.