Inspired by the first verse of this classic Christmas song, Mik’s design incorporates a lone partridge nestled in the branches of a stoic pear tree. On the reverse of the sculptures sits a stained-glass style representation of the pear icon, beautifully surrounded by a wreath of leaves.
Mik Richardson is a Norfolk-based artist who has run his own art business since leaving the RAF in 2006. As well as producing over 400 murals, privately, in the community and in schools, he has also been involved in many of the public art trails across the country. He has, to date, painted 80 Wild in Art sculptures which have raised over £300,000 for the charities involved. Specialising with the airbrush, he also runs graffiti, spray art t-shirt parties and workshops.