Munday's sculpture of Alfred Russel Wallace, the famous
was unveiled in Hertford on 19th October 2014
by Dr. George Beccaloni of the Natural History Museum. The Gift
, a public commission
for Western Sussex Hospital Trust was unveiled in Chichester and
Worthing hospitals in April that year.
In December 2015
a casting of his sculpture of
St. Edmund of Abingdon was installed at St. Edmund's College,
where architectural work is still being completed around it (see
). Other castings of
this work can be found at St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, and St.
Edmund's College, Ware.
A sculpture of Europa
& the Bull
was commissioned by the multinational
pharmaceutical company, Wyeth, as a symbol of its European
commitment in 2005. In 2009 he was shortlisted to produce a
monumental statue of St. George
& the Dragon
for Perth Cathedral in Australia, and
private works are to be found internationally. Copies of Daphne
are sited at a chateau
in the south of France, at Sanibel Island in Florida and in
Current public commissions on which he is working are for a
sculpture for the pillars which link St. Andrew's Minster,
Plymouth, with the city (see Newsletter
and a bust for Richard Hale School, Hertford, of its founder to
mark the 400th anniversary of the school in 2017.
Although Rodney is happiest working with the human form, many of
his commissions are for animals, and he has acquired a
considerable reputation as an animalier
both in the UK and in France where he has won several
awards for his work. One of his most recent private commissions
was for a life-sized fallow deer.
Rodney also runs painting holidays from a beautiful mountain house
in the Pyrenees, which won ITV's May
the Best House Win
, screened on 4th October 2012. These
have recently been covered in an article in the journal French
This site is available in English and French versions. Please
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French translation by William Munday.