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Bullring sculptor, Laurence Broderick, to unveil bronze editions of his iconic sculpture

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Laurence Broderick, whose famous Bull sculpture was commissioned by Bullring, Birmingham, will be unveiling three sizes of the iconic piece which are available as limited edition bronzes, as part of an exhibition of his work that can be seen at the Reuben Colley Fine Arts in Moseley from 9th to 23rd July 2010.

The unveiling will take place at a private viewing on 8th July 2010. The exhibition is being organised by famous Birmingham artist, Reuben Colley, and is being sponsored by private bank, Brown Shipley.

Commenting on the exhibition, Reuben Colley said "I am very proud to bring a collection of sculptures by Laurence Broderick to Birmingham. This is the first time Laurence, who this year turns 75, has had an exhibition in the West Midlands, and we have worked closely with sponsors Brown Shipley to organise this unique event. Laurence is proud of his links to Birmingham and has become an advocate for the city's bid to be the UK City of Culture 2013."

David Craig, who runs the Birmingham office of Brown Shipley added, "In our Bicentenary, Brown Shipley are delighted to be sponsor and partner to this wonderful exhibition and support the efforts of our friends at Reuben Colley Fine Arts in bringing Laurence Broderick's work to Birmingham."

The exhibition is at 50 & 52 St Mary's Row, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8JG. It is open every day except Mondays and Thursdays.