Autumn Exhibitions

Great news!  My Iron Man sculpture has been selected for The ING Discerning Eye Exhibition 2011 at the Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1 – 10th to 20th Nov.

It’s an abstract piece – informed by the male figure and representing the masculine strength of the model who posed for it yet with lines suggesting his graceful poise.

I’ve cast him in cold cast iron with a wonderful rusty patina which really suits the piece.

This is a huge honour and I can’t wait to see the show…

Also my Joy sculpture has been accepted into the 15th Vivartis Exhibition at King Edward’s School, Godalming in association with Surrey Sculpture Society (of which I am a member).

Again an abstract piece representing the human figure in joyous rapture.  It’s in cold cast aluminium and should look great in the outdoor trail…

Meanwhile it’s back to the Autumn Term at The Art Academy – watch this space, I’m really fired up with some great projects up my sleave…

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