Save Susan Boyle Statue
A 1 meter high sealed plaster and fiberglass statue of the wildly popular international singing overnight sensation Susan Boyle, atop a 1.7 meter acrylic painted rocky mountain of similar construction, was created recently as an art project by Luz Roberta a student of the Wimbledon School Of Art in London. This statue has become endangered and is under an imminent threat of destruction. It has, in only a few days, been viewed and admired by thousands via the internet. The statue has been praised in glowing terms. Worldwide fans of Susan Boyle have expressed effusive affection for the statue and have anticipated its being admired by the public at large. Unfortunately, rules of the college require that all student work, except that created by seniors, be removed regularly. In most cases that would mean taking the work home. In the case of a large and heavy piece this becomes impossible and such pieces are consigned to the trash. For the statue of Susan this will be its fate on Tuesday, June 1st 2010 without intervention. Many would like to see this original work displayed prominently and affectionately, and many have suggestions as to where they would like it to reside. But before that can happen the statue must be allowed to survive. Please add your name to those who support asking Wimbledon School Of Art to grant a reprieve to the statue of Susan Boyle until the artist can find a proper permanent home for it.