Society: Sculptor Mark Coreth at St Richard's School, Herefordshire

PUBLISHED: 16:38 26 November 2010 | UPDATED: 18:08 20 February 2013

Society: Sculptor Mark Coreth at St Richard’s School, Herefordshire

Society: Sculptor Mark Coreth at St Richard’s School, Herefordshire

Children at St Richard's School in Bredenbury discussed the plight of the polar bear with internationally-renowned sculptor Mark Coreth, a former pupil

Polar bears at St Richards

Children at St Richards School in Bredenbury discussed the plight of the polar bear with internationally-renowned sculptor Mark Coreth, a former pupil. Mark was inspired to become a sculptor by his art teacher at St Richards, the late Ursula Tremlett and is now famous for the Ice Bear Project, the creation of life-sized polar bears in ice with a bronze skeleton. As the ice melts the bronze is left in a pool of water. Mark helped the children create a polar bear out of clay and ran a workshop.

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