Tag Archives: gary scott

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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Wooohoooo – Shortlisted for the Art Gemini Prize 2014

I’m really chuffed to have even been shortlisted for this prestigious Prize and Exhibition and wanted to share the news! My sculpture ‘Figurative Abstraction I’ has made the cut and is now one of 120 works of art which will … 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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