The bust will feature in the RHS Royal Tribute garden designed by Dave Green, an RHS Gold Medal Winner, which will combine the gardening tastes of both the King and the late Queen.
Former secondary school art teacher Keziah completed her teacher training at the University of Brighton in 2008. She only left her job as a teacher eight months ago in order to pursue a full-time career as a sculptor.
Keziah said: “It is a real honour to have my work chosen by the Royal Horticultural Society in the year of the King’s Coronation. Dave Green is an award winning garden designer and it has been a delight to work with him.”
The bronze bust is the first sculpture of the new King to be authorised by Buckingham Palace, having been created at a live exhibition on the day that the Queen sadly passed away. Having sculpted the HRH Queen Elizabeth II for the National Army Museum Keziah decided to try her hand at sculpting the then Prince of Wales to keep her hands busy whilst exhibiting more of her work in London at Gallery 54 in Shepherd market.