Seasonal behaviors bring you fascinating views in each season. It is beautiful to observe the seasonal changes made at one point. It is just like a four painting done at the same place but four different views. To identify these changes there is one ideal place called Lost Gardens of Heligan. By adding to the history the iconic Mud Maid sculpture done by the artists called Pete and Sue Hill layout in there from 1997.
If you believe or not this sculpture changes her clothes’ and ‘hair by proving that she is a living one. So she has vibrant changes according to the seasons while the Spring and in Summer have similar look, and she will look completely different in Autumn and Winter.
This is the Mud Maid sculpture in The Lost Gardens of Heligan, in Cornwall
It’s a living sculpture…
…which means that its appearance changes with the seasons, as plants grow and then wither away
The Lost Gardens of Heligan were established by the Tremayne family back in the 18th century. Before world war I began there were 22 employees to maintain the garden. But after the war, most of them were dismissed. In such background, this Mud maid was built by timber and windbreak netting and the face is made from a mix of mud, cement, and sand.
The Mud Maid represents a sleeping woman
Here’s what the Mud Maid looks like in late Spring…
Here’s how the Mud Maid was built
The sculptors, brother, and sister Pete and Sue Hill
This living sculpture reminds you of the beauty of nature. Isn’t it?