Four Seasons Resort Marrakech displays garden sculptures by British artist Dawn Boys-Stones
Original sculptures of British artist Dawn Boys-Stones are now on display at the Four Seasons Resort Marrakech in Morocco. The metal sculptures have been placed in the resort's lush gardens amid water features and winding pathways and a map showing the route and the location of the pieces of art is available for guests.
The unique artwork of a British sculptor is now on display at the Four Seasons Resort Marrakech. The original metal sculptures created by Dawn Boys-Stones have been placed in the sunny garden of the Morocco resort amid fragrant flora and fauna and cascading fountains.
Boys-Stones moved to Marrakech, Morocco nine years ago with her family and she was given the opportunity to start an apprenticeship with a local welding workshop in the city’s industrial zone. It was here that she began working with metal and her work is heavily influenced by Morocco’s African roots and culture.
Guests staying at the Four Seasons Resort Marrakech can wander through the gardens with the help of a map that shows the route and the location of the sculptures that catch in the light thanks to the acid finish used on them.
Four Seasons Marrakech stands out from other hotels in Morocco thanks to its 40-acre walled garden sanctuary that boasts fountain courtyards, olive and palm trees, and a collection of beautiful flowers.
Guests can enjoy upscale accommodation and gourmet restaurants and the property is one of the most family-friendly hotels in the region with spacious guest rooms, the "Kids for All Seasons" programme, a "Young Adults Centre", and a family swimming pool.
There is an adults-only swimming pool, modern fitness facilities, a steam room, tennis courts, and elegant lounges and bars where guests can relax with a cocktail, and visitors will also have access to five nearby golf clubs.
Morocco is a country in North Africa located south of Spain with a coastline stretching across both the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea.
Tourists can explore the medieval city of Fez; visit the movie-famous city of Casablanca that is also home to Morocco’s largest mosque, The King Hassan II; and wander around the traditional souks, spice markets and historical ruins of the capital, Marrakech.
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