The Isis sculpture is placed in Hyde Park, on the shore of the Serpentine, next to Princess Diana memorial fountain. It was created by Simon Gudgeon with the inspiration of Egyptian goddess of motherhood. Isis is a very important figure in Egyptian mythology. She had many titles describing her power and pursuit for justice for poor and weak people. She was known as goddess of children. So, it is very meaningful to choose this beautiful statue as a symbol of fundraising for an education centre by The Royal Parks Foundation.

This 633-kilo mottled green bronze sculpture is used to raised money for eco-friendly Isis Education Centre.

We took pleasure to create the 360º panorama of Isis.


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