Over the past five years the T5 Gallery has worked with a core group of extremely talented artists to provide artworks for esteemed corporate clients along with works in high profile public spaces.
The above map highlights projects that have been realised in The UK, China and South Africa.
Wembley Stadium, London:
A highlight has been the galleries relationship with Wembley Stadium.
In 2014 Wembley purchased a large steel lion sculpture by Michael Turner for permanent public display in the ‘Club Wembley’ area of the stadium.
This was followed by the installation of a steel mesh life size 'Striker' sculpture by Nikki Taylor for the 2015 Capital One Cup final.
Both works have been met with a fantastic reaction, both from the public and those working at Wembely.
Investment company, Beijing:
In 2015 two sculptures were acquired by one of China's large investment companies headquartered in Beijing. The two works by Marie Boyle ('To Truly Soar, One Must First Unfurl') and Michael Turner ('Cheetah') compliment an already impressive collection of important artworks.
The gallery will continue to build on this relationship in 2016.
Private hospital, Sanya, China:
'Rainforest Torso' by Paul Vanstone is now on display in a private hospital located in Sanya, a city on the Southern tip of China's Hainan island.
The sculpture encourages people to pause and take time to observe the beauty and complexity of a material formed over time through natural processes.
A sense of harmony and pure thought is evoked, feelings often lost in today's world.
Stellenberg Gardens, South Africa
A striking sculpture by Michael Speller entitled 'Balance' was acquired for the Stellenberg estate for display in the famous gardens, open periodically to the public.
The sculpture sits seamlessly within the beautiful surroundings, providing a point of interest for the exploring the gardens.
Along with artists represented by the T5 Gallery, we have built relationships with external artists with a focus on public commissions.
The following links provide details of works realised by three artists across Europe, Asia, North America and Australia.