Category Archives: sculpture blog

Flux Art Fair and Royal Society of Artists

  I’m really excited about this new Art Fair called FLUX as it’s been very carefully and thoughtfully selected for with a good number of the best emerging talent around – and yes I know I would say that but take a … Continue reading

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For the Love of Bronze

Little did I know, but I was in for a real treat on my last visit to Milwyn Fine Art Foundry.  If you’ve been following my blog for a while you’ll already know how much I love bronze, the alchemy of … Continue reading

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Charles Hadcock FRBS Lecture

This was my first outing as Surrey Sculpture Society’s ‘Education Co-ordinator’ and to be honest I was a little bit nervous in the lead up to it – wanting it all to be a success and all that… I needn’t have … Continue reading

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Back in Bed with Emin…

and a whole bunch of other amazing artists / designers including Terence Conran, Helaine Blumenfeld and Ivon Hitchins … Please follow the link below if you would like to see the lots available in this on-line art auction for Bedales School’s new art … Continue reading

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My Approach to Working with Clients on Commissions

I do love it when someone enjoys my work enough to want to invest in it at a gallery or exhibition – it gives you a kind of affirmation I guess; but for me there is no greater joy than being commissioned … Continue reading

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Cork Street Open 2014

Hope some of you can make the Cork Street Open – 16 to 21 June. We selected from over 600 entries and the final cut was by 2 eminent gallerists My sculpture ‘Torsion’ is being shown (and no, we weren’t … Continue reading

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In the footsteps of Barbara Hepworth…

…Or to be more accurate, Dennis Mitchell, one of her best known assistants. Turns out that there used to be a sculpture at the entrance courtyard to St Nicholas Court, St Ives, Cornwall by Dennis Mitchell, a sculptor whose work … Continue reading

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