Isis sculpture

IsisOn the shores of the Serpentine in Hyde Park, overlooking the lake and the Diana Memorial Fountain, stands the beautiful sculpture, Isis. 

Inspired by the Egyptian goddess of nature, Isis was created by British sculptor Simon Gudgeon and donated by Halcyon Gallery as the figurehead of an ambitious appeal to raise £2.2 million towards the Isis Education Centre.

Isis enchants visitors of all ages. Around her base, 1,000 plaques, arranged in the Fibonacci curves, have been personally dedicated. Each and every one has helped raise vital funds towards the Isis Education Centre, an exciting facility where young people can learn about the natural world in the middle of the city.