World famous nail sculptor Marcus Levine visited Tring Park School for the Performing Arts to officially sign a piece he did of dancer Sir Matthew Bourne.
The sculpture of the award-winning choreographer hangs in the entrance hall of the school.
Levine is known as a specialist artist in physical pointillism and creator of the figurative nail sculpture art-form. His works of art can contain from 15,000 to 200,000 nails, depending on their size and complexity.
He has recently completed nail sculptures of, amongst others, Vinnie Jones, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Al Pacino. His sculpture of Pacino cost the actor £42,000 and subsequently was auctioned for charity.
Levine is pictured in front of the nail sculpture of Sir Matthew with Dominic North, a principal dancer with Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures. North has performed roles such as the Principal Swan in Swan Lake and the lead in Edward Scissorhands.