The National Trust kindly give the artist access to the famous Newton's apple tree. Her Newton’s Apple series consist of Bronze and Aluminium casts of apples harvested from the ‘gravity tree’ at Woolsthorpe Manor, Isaac Newton’s family home. For at least 240 years the tree been shown to visitors as Newton's apple tree, the tree from which an apple fell and caused him to ask the question: 'Why do apples always fall straight down to the ground?'.There are a number of Aluminium editions - all unique cast directly from the fruit and hand finished by the artist. They range in price from £110 upwards. You can contact the artist, arrange to select an apple and agree a private sale.