Tania designed Statue No. 2 which was sponsored by Severn Valley Railway (SVR) and is located at Bridgnorth SVR station.
Tania says: “I am delighted to have been involved with the Bridgnorth Art Trail. The exhibition of sculptures provides a contemporary yet fitting new attraction for the town which will be an asset both for its residents and its tourist industry. Because the trail is independently organised and the sculptures themselves cast locally in aluminium, rather than the usual fibreglass, it will enjoy a longevity not afforded to similar exhibitions around the country and should be treasured. I currently supply my own collection of decoupaged sculpture to shops and galleries around the UK and am pleased to have Bridgnorth Art Trail as a personal accolade and am looking forward to further involvement with the arts in the town.”
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Tania Holland Gallery was established in 2008 in the Shropshire market town of Bridgnorth and relocated in 2016 to the historic Red House Glass Cone Museum and Craft Centre in Stourbridge.
Tania read Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Drawing, Oxford University, with her practice spanning 23 years. Whilst in Bridgnorth, Tania developed a love of collage, producing images showing iconic buildings around the town.