Project Description

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Cow Parsley Wall Panel

Contemporary metal wall art / garden screens

The Cow Parsley wall panel is based on the design of our Cow Parsley garden sculptures. Making use of a very simple graphical repeat pattern, the simplistic design lends itself to both traditional and more contemporary gardens and houses. It adds a little interest to patio areas and dull walls and some clients have bought it for hanging inside.

The wall Panel is made from Corten Steel [more info] which is allowed to rust naturally with it’s rich warm hues that glow in the evening sun. The rusted finish continually evolves with time, adding interest and brightening up the garden through the winter months.

Installation is easy– The Wall panel has three metal brackets with a slot that simply slots over a screw placed in the wall. If the wall is sound and provides a good anchor for the screw we have found that using just the central bracket is enough. If in doubt use the two outer brackets making sure that the two screws are placed at the same height or level horizontally.
Delivery– We deliver our sculptures by courier and would aim to deliver in 5 days from the receipt of your order. We will contact you shortly before your sculptures are ready with delivery details. Please do get in touch if you have any questions about delivery or installation. If you need the sculptures sooner please contact us and we will do our best to get it to you for the required date.

The delivery cost for mainland UK is £4.50 per order. For the Highlands and Islands please contact us

Europe / Worldwide – We have delivered sculptures all over the world. If you need a delivery outside the UK please email design@gardenartandsculpture.co.uk or contact us using the contact us page.

Sculpture Finish / Aftercare – Our sculptures are supplied with the rusting process well under way and you will find that the colour will continually evolve with time particularly during in the fist year.

The Wall Panel is made from Corten Steel, a special steel that develops a sealed finish (more info) as it rusts. It takes about six moths for the surface to seal itself. During this time it is possible that the surface will bleed a little and could leave a rust mark on walls.

Any scuffs or marks to the surface will gradually disappear over time as the rust patina develops. Birds do seem to make a habit of leaving their mark on the sculptures. From experience we have found the best way of removing them is to scrub the marks with an old toothbrush and a little water.

Seedhead of the Cow Parsley