Extraordinary wildfowl sculptor is spotted by Richard Corrigan, making a recipe for success.

We are priviledged to be appointed agent to Barry Woodcraft, the renowned wildfowl sculptor. He is about to be launched onto the London Fine Art market. We have a number of his works available for sale, including eight prize winning tupelo wood sculptures, only one of which is made each year. These are the very core of his life's work since 1991. Barry's

We have in stock, five proof bronzes from his new series of Endangered Species, to be cast in an edition of twelve.

Casting and patination by is by Pangolin, the leading foundry in its field.

Richard Corrigan, the well known and highly respected chef and restauranteur has taken Barry under his wing by sponsoring the launch. A permanent exhibition of endangered species bronzes, is intended by Richard Corrigan to be installed at his Restaurants.

Mr Corrigan is generously hosting the Private View, and having his PR company company cover the event.

Richard Corrigan's vision of responsible food sourcing, evironmental conservation and sustainability, fits hand in glove with Barry Woodcraft's reminder to us through his exquisite depictions of these beautiful birds, that if they are an endangered species, then we also may be.

The private viewing for media and art collectors is by invitation only and is being held in the Jameson Room, Bentley's Seafood and Oyster Bar, on Monday October the 17th, at 6.30 until 9.00. The sculptor will be present to discuss his work.