A statue of John Lennon created by UK artist Laura Lian is for sale
This fantastic sculpture with such an incredible likeness for John Lennon has been exhibited so far at this year’s Glastonbury Festival and is currently being exhibited in Liverpool
The John Lennon Statue depicts the former Beatle leaning against a peace sign engraved with some of the lyrics from his song Imagine, along with the phrases “All you need is Love” and “Give Peace a chance”.
“I wanted to help share John and Yoko’s message of Peace and Love to the world with the statue” said Laura.
Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis invited Laura to take the statue to the festival this summer (26-30 June 2019) raising awareness for War Child charity
“We were really excited to have the opportunity to take John’s message of peace to so many people at the world’s biggest music festival,” said Laura.
Kate Hudson, general secretary for CDN, said: “CND was delighted that this magnificent statue of John Lennon with the CND peace sign joined them at Glastonbury. It is a beautiful piece of art is helping us in our campaign to promote a more peaceful world. Musicians and artists have a long tradition of supporting CND’s aims and this is only the latest example of culture and campaigning coming together to call for a world without nuclear weapons.”
“The symbol was originally designed for the first anti-nuclear march in 1958 and is the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament’s logo to this day.”
The life-size sculpture represents an iconic image of John taken in 1974
The clay model that Laura created before it became cast in bronze is below with Glastonbury’s Michael Eavis.
Laura is now looking to sell this incredible bronze
If you are interested in finding out more about this incredible John Lennon sculpture, please email your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.